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FlOHtt)A DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIDn 
INDUSTriAL SERVICES LiERARY 



REPORT 

of the 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



of the 



STATE OF FLORIDA 



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1957, and 
Ending December 31, 1958 




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in 2011 with funding from 

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FLORIDA'S CAPITOL 

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1 ^RNORS OF FLORIDA 

TERRITORIAL 
Andrew Jackson — July, 1821 to 1822. 
William Duval— 1822 to 1834. 
John H. Eaton— 1834 to 1836. 
Richard K. Call— 1836 to 1839. 
Robert Raymond Reed — 1839 to 1841. 
Richard K. Call— 1841 to 1844. 
John Branch — 1844 to 1845. 

STATE 
William D. Moseley— 1845 to 1849. 
Thomas Brown— 1849 to 1853. 
James E. Broom— 1853 to 1857. 
Madison S. Perry— 1857 to 1861. 
John Milton— 1861 to 1865. 
Abram K. Allison — (Acting April-May, 1865) 
William Marvin— 1865 to 1866. 
David S. Walker— 1866 to 1868. 
Harrison Reed— 1868 to 1872. 
Samuel T. Day — (Acting, during impeachment proceedings 

against Governor Reed) , 1872. 
Ossian B. Hart— 1872 to 1873 (Died in office). 
Marcellus L. Stearns — (Acting, June to November) , 1873. 
Marcellus L. Stearns— 1873 to 1877. 
George F. Drew— 1877 to 1881. 
WiLLLAM D. Bloxham— 1881 to 1885. 
Edward A. Perry— 1885 to 1889. 
Francis P. Fleming— 1889 to 1893. 
Henry L. Mitchell— 1893 to 1897. 
William D. Bloxham— 1897 to 1901. 
W. S. Jennings— 1901 to 1905. 
N. B. Broward— 1905 to 1909. 
Albert W. Gilchrist— 1909 to 1913. 
Park Trammell— 1913 to 1917. 
Sidney J. Catts— 1917 to 1921. 
Gary A. Hardee— 1921 to 1925. 
John W. Martin— 1925 to 1929. 
Doyle E. Carlton— 1929 to 1933. 
David Sholtz— 1933 to 1937. 
Fred P. Cone— 1937 to 1941. 
Spessard L. Holland — 1941 to 1945. 
Millard F. Caldwell— 1945 to 1949. 
Fuller Warren— 1949 to 1953. 

Dan McCarty— 1953 to 1957 (Died in office, Sept. 28, 1953). 
Charley E. Johns— (Acting, Sept. 29, 1953, to Jan. 4, 1955.) 
LeRoy Collins— 1955 to 1957. 
LeRoy Collins— 1957 to 1961. 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 
1957-1958 



GOVERNOR 

LeROY COLLINS 



SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

RICHARD W. ERVIN 



COMPTROLLER 

RAY E. GREEN 



STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

THOMAS D. BAILEY 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



SECRETARIES OF STATE 



James T. Archer— From July 23, 1845, to April 11, 1848. 

A. E. Maxwell— From April 11, 1848, to July 23, 1849. 

C. W. Downing— From July 23, 1849, to July 1, 1853. 

Fred L. Villepigue — From July 1, 1853, to January 13, 1863. 

Benjamin F. Allen — From January 13, 1863, to August 7, 
1868. 

George J. Alden — From August 7, 1868, to November 6, 1868. 

J. C. GiBBS— From November 6, 1868, to January 17, 1873. 

S. B. McLiN— From January 17, 1873, to January 3, 1877. 

W. D. Bloxham— From January 3, 1877, to October 1, 1880. 

F. W. A. Rankin, Jr. — From October 1, 1880, to January 21, 
1881. 

Jno. L. Crawford — From January 21, 1881, to January 25, 
1902. 

H. Clay Crawford — From January 28, 1902, to September 
21, 1929. 

W. M. Igou— From September 23, 1929, to April 12, 1930. 

R. A. Gray — Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elect- 
ed November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 
1930, for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned 
for four year terms beginning January 3, 1933, January 
5, 1937, January 7, 1941, January 2, 1945, January 4, 
1949, January 6, 1953, January 8, 1957. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

OFFICE OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

Tallahassee, Florida 
January 1, 1959 
Honorable LeRoy Collins 
Governor 
State of Florida 
Tallahassee, Florida 
Pear Governor: 

In accordance with law I have the honor to transmit here- 
with the biennial report of the Office of Secretary of State for 
the calendar years 1957-1958. 

In previous years my letter of transmittal has dealt more 
or less with the breakdown of the various divisions under the 
office and the duties and activities of the same. 

With this report I should like to emphasize the rapid 
growth of the volume of work being handled. The office pri- 
marily was intended to be a record office, and it still is but 
it has been expanded in its functions and duties. It is the 
amazing increase in the service functions that I should like 
to refer to. Also, I shall discuss briefly the various divisions 
of the office. 

CORPORATION DIVISION 

In the corporation division where all the charters or 
articles of incorporation must be processed and filed, the 
number of new corporations coming in day by day and month 
by month is proof of an almost unbelievable rate of increase. 
Though our State does not rank higher than about twelfth 
or thirteenth in population among the forty-nine states of 
the Union, it ranks third in the number of new corporations 
formed month by month and year by year. 

Also, the increased interest and activities relative to cor- 
porations and the vastly increasing number of inquiries want- 
ing information about corporations is adding an almost unbe- 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 9 

lievable volume of clerical work and correspondence in this 
section. It is not unusual to have more than five hundred 
long distance telephone calls per month wanting information 
over the phone and as our files are so arranged that we can 
give this information while the caller is holding the phone for 
only a brief time, it greatly facilitates the giving of informa- 
tion desired. 

The number of inquiries received by mail is mounting 
daily. In one month recently we had more than four thousand 
inquiries. 

This growth in the number of corporations has made it 
necessary to find more floor space and to acquire more filing 
equipment. With emphasis on the economy we have found 
second hand document files that we^e discarded by Clerks 
of the Circuit Courts, but this source is about exhausted. 



ELECTIONS DIVISION 

With the growing importance of elections and a greater 
interest being shown each year, more activity is of necessity 
required of those clerks handling the Elections Division. 

Some people are under the erroneous impression that 
the work of this division is altogether seasonal. Such is not 
the case, however. Beginning with registration of voters in 
the counties, it is necessary that numerous printed blanks must 
be prepared by this office as a preliminary to beginning the 
registration in the counties which is under the Supervisors 
of Registration. Questions are constantly coming up from the 
sixty-seven counties asking for guidance and interpretations. 
The season then arrives for candidates to begin qualifying 
for the primaries. Immediately they must begin filing reports 
of contributions and expenditures. These must be indexed 
and properly filed so that they are immediately available to 
the press and the many others interested. After the qualifi- 
cation date has passed preparations of the primary ballot 
must be nished out to the counties as a guide. Again more 
inquiries for guidance and interpretation. 

Following the first primary comes the necessary rush of 



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assembling the results and returns from the sixty-seven coun- 
ties, tabulating the same and declaring the results. Then the 
preparations of the ballots must be sent off again for the 
second primary. Following the second primary, again assem- 
bling the returns and declaring results. 

When the second primary is over preparations begin at 
once for the General Election and all the procedures must 
again be performed and followed and the General Election 
results ascertained in the same manner. When this has been 
done those who have been elected to office must be notified, 
their qualification blanks sent out with the necessary instruc- 
tions and information about completing the same. Then as 
these begin to flow back in they must be processed, checked 
for accuracy and commissions prepared for the Governor to 
sign. After these have all been accomplished and mailed out, 
preparation of the permanent record of commissions issued 
must be hastened and made available as a source of infor- 
mation. All those appointed to office must go through the 
same commissioning process. 

So, to be brief, the Elections Division is busy all the 
time. This division also handles processing all records of the 
official proclamations of the Governor, death warrants, requi- 
sitions and extraditions. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC 
The constant flow of appointments and commissioning of 
Notaries Public requires handling by a separate section. Each 
year from ten to twelve thousand Notaries Public are ap- 
pointed and commissioned. This section also is frequently 
called upon to certify the validity of a Notary Pubhc's signa- 
ture and the authenticity of his commission. 

TRADE MARKS 

Registering trade marks and trade names has been a 

function of the office for some time. The 1957 session of the 

Legislature enacted what was known as the "model trade 

mark law" and under its provisions old trade mark registra- 



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tions are being renewed as well as the new trade mark regis- 
trations coming in. This has been a busy section since the 
enactment of the new law. 



LAWS DIVISION 
Under our Constitution the office of Secretary of State 
is the repository for all laws enacted by the Legislature. In 
the 1957 Legislature a total of 2,167 laws were passed (this 
figure includes both the regular and extra sessions). Com- 
pared with the number of laws passed at the 1947 session, 
ten years previous, it reflects an increase of some 63% of 
laws enacted. In addition, there are a few bills which are 
vetoed by the Governor which the Secretary of State must 
retain for almost two years and then send such vetoed bills 
up to the next Legislature. Also, we are custodian of all bills 
introduced which failed to pass, as well as official journals, 
executive sessions of the Senate, etc., all of which make up 
a very important division of this office. Bills that have failed 
of enactment when the Legislature adjourns are sent to this 
office for future reference and sources of information. The 
original copies of laws enacted and the authenticated sheets 
are kept in a fireproof vault under lock and key. 



CAPITAL STOCK TAX SECTION 

In 1931 the Legislature enacted an annual tax on corpo- 
rations and required annual reports from time to time. These 
must be processed and the tax collected and turned into the 
treasury. Elsewhere in this volume will be found information 
showing the amount of the several different kinds of taxes 
and revenues collected by this office. But from the capital 
stock tax alone we collected more than one million dollars 
in 1958. The total amount of revenues including service fees 
the office turned in to the State Treasury in 1958 amounted 
to almost two million dollars. 

The law requires a notice of capital stock tax due to be 
mailed annually to each corporation. This incurs a tremen- 



12 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

dous volume of clerical work. Also after some hundred thou- 
sand reports from corporations are received and processed, 
the auditor requires receipts to be mailed in each individual 
case. This also entails considerable clerical work and both 
operations call for a heavy expenditure of postage alone. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS SECTION 
A recent enactment by the Legislature requires all offi- 
cials, boards and commissions having rule making authority 
to file in this office a copy of all rules and regulations adopted 
by such authority. The purpose of this is to make available 
to the public promptly information of any rules and regula- 
tions promulgated by any authority of the state. This section 
of the office is called upon for furnishing copies of such rules 
and regulations and to give information concerning them. 

CAPITOL AND GROUNDS 

Under the Constitution, the Secretary of State is named 
as custodian of the Capitol and Grounds. This means that 
all repairs, maintenance, and upkeep of the capitol building 
is a responsibility of the Secretary of State. The head of this 
section is a graduate mechanical engineer from the University 
of Florida. The building has considerable machinery for facili- 
tating the work of those who have offices in this building. 
Also, there are three elevators, a large installation of air con- 
ditioning equipment and for distributing heat throughout the 
building. Minor repairs are required almost daily and of 
course the checking and looking after the machinery. 

For the proper upkeep of the building, both inside and 
out, occasional painting is required. 

The sanitation necessary for a building the size of the 
Capitol entails much work in that line. A chief of sanitation 
has charge of a number of janitors and janitresses and the 
sanitary supplies make up amounts of considerable volume. 

The upkeep of the capitol grounds is in charge of a super- 
intendent of grounds and four laborers. This group also takes 
care of the grounds at the Governor's mansion. The work, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 13 

however, does not extend to all the capitol center area which 
has extended greatly from the original capitol grounds. The 
work is the usual requirements of keeping grounds about 
public buildings in presentable condition. Trash must be col- 
lected and removed, trees trimmed, shrubs kept in order, 
flowers in season and the general requirements for keeping 
pubhc parks and grounds. 

So, having mentioned the high spots of the functions and 
transactions of the office of Secretary of State, I conclude this 
report as required by law to the Chief Executive. 

With great respect, I am 

Cordially yours, 



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Secretary of State 
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OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 
STATE OF FLORIDA 

COUNTIES COMPRISING THE EIGHT 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 



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First District 

Hernando 6,693 

Hillsborough 249,894 

Pasco 20,529 

Pinellas 159,249 



436,365 



Second District 

Clay 14,323 

Duval 304,029 



318,352 



Third District 

Bay 

Calhoun 

Escambia 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gulf 

Holmes 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Leon 

Liberty 

Okaloosa 

Santa Rosa 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



42,689 

7,922 
112,706 

5,814 
36,457 

7,460 
13,988 
34,645 
10,413 
51,590 

3,182 
27,533 
18,554 

5,258 
14,725 
11,888 



Fourth District 

Dade 495,084 

Monroe 29,957 



525,041 

Fifth District 

Brevard 23,653 

Citrus 6,111 

Flagler 3,367 

Lake 36,340 

Marion 38,187 

Orange 114,950 

Osceola 11,406 

St. Johns 24,998 

Seminole 26,883 

Sumter 11,330 

Volusia 74,229 



371,454 
Sixth District 

Broward 83,933 

Charlotte 4,286 

Collier 6,488 

Glades 2,199 

Hendry 6,051 

Indian River 11,872 

Lee 23,404 

Martin 7,807 

Okeechobee 3,454 

Palm Beach 114,688 

St. Lucie 20,180 



404,824 



284.362 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



Seventh District 

DeSoto 9,242 

Hardee 10,073 

Highlands 13,636 

Manatee 34,704 

Polk 123,997 

Sarasota 28,827 



220,479 



Eighth District 

Alachua 57,026 

Baker 6,313 

Bradford 11,457 



Columbia 18,216 

Dixie 3,928 

Gilchrist 3,499 

Hamilton 8,981 

Lafayette 3,440 

Levy 10,637 

Madison 14,197 

Nassau 12,811 

Putnam 23,615 

Suwannee 16,986 

Taylor 10,416 

Union 8,906 



210,428 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IT 

UNITED STATES SENATORS 

Spessard L. Holland, Bartow, elected November 4, 1952, 
for term of six years; re-elected November 4, 1958 for term 
of six years. 

George A. Smathers, Miamii, elected November 6, 1956, for 
term of six years. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

First Congressional District — William C. (Bill) Cramer, St. 
Petersburg, elected November 6, 1956, for term of two years; 
re-elected November 4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Second Congressional District — Charles E. Bennett, Jack- 
sonville, elected November 6, 1956, for term of two years; 
re-elected November 4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Third Congressional District — Bob Sikes, Crestview, elect- 
ed November 6, 1956, for term of two years; re-elected No- 
vember 4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Fourth Congressional District — Dante B. Fascell, Miami, 
elected November 6, 1956, for two years; re-elected November 
4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Fifth Congressional District — A. S. Herlong, Jr., Leesburg, 
elected November 6, 1956, for two years; re-elected Novem- 
ber 4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Sixth Congressional District — Paul G. Rogers, West Palm 
Beach, elected November 6, 1956, for two years; re-elected 
November 4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Sevenlh Congressional District — James A. Haley, Sarasota, 
elected November 6, 1956, for two years; re-elected Novem- 
ber 4, 1958, for term of two years. 

Eighth Congressional District — D. R. Matthews, Gainesville, 
elected November 6, 1956, for two years, re-elected Novem- 
ber 4, 1958, for term of two years. 



18 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 

CHIEF JUSTICE 

Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

JUSTICES 

E. Harris Drew, Tallahassee, commissioned January 6, 1953, 
for term of six years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, for 
term of six years. 

B. K. Roberts, Tallahassee, commissioned January 6, 1953, 
for term of six years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, for 
term of six years. 

T. Frank Hobson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for term of six years. 

Stephen C. O'Connell, Tallahassee, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
for term of six years. 

Campbell Thornall, Tallahassee, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for term of four years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 19 

DISTRICT COURTS OF APPEAL 

First Appellate District — Alachua, Baker, Bay, Bradford, Cal- 
houn, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Duval. Escambia, Flagler, 
Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, 
Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madi- 
son, Marion, Nassau, Okaloosa, Putnam, St. Johns, Santa 
Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Volusia, Wakulla, Walton 
and Washington Counties. 
John T. Wigginton, Tallahassee, commissioned July 1, 1957, 
until January 6, 1959; recommissioned for six year term. 

Donald Kingery Carroll, Jacksonville, commissioned July 
1, 1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1961. 

Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala, commissioned July 1, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A.D., 1963. 

Second Appellate District — Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Cit- 
rus, Collier, DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, 
Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lake, Lee, Mana- 
tee, Martin, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, 
Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, St. Lucie, Sarasota, Seminole and 
Sumter Counties. 
William P. Allen, Bartow, commissioned July 1, 1957, until 
January 6, 1959; recommissioned for six year term. 

Robert J. Pleus, Orlando, commissioned July 1, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A.D., 1961, de- 
ceased, and George T. Shannon, Tampa, commissioned Jan- 
uary 2, 1958, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
A.D., 1961. 

A. O. Kanner, Stuart, commissioned July 1, 1957, until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, A.D., 1963. 

Third Appellate District — Dade and Monroe Counties. 

Tillman Pearson, Miami, commissioned July 1, 1957, until 
January 6, 1959; recommissioned for six year term. 

Mallory H. Horton, Miami, commissioned July 1, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Charles A. Carroll, Miami, commissioned July 1, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1963. 



20 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR— 1959 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Harold B. Crosby, Pensacola; D. Stuart Gillis, De- 
Funiak Springs; Woodrow M. Melvin, Milton; 
Charles A. Wade, Crestview. 
State Attorney — Ed Wicke, Pensacola. 
Assistant State Attorney — Gillis E. Powell, Crestview. 
Court Reporter — Robert E. Sayner, Pensacola; Mrs. Weba 
Paul, DeFuniak Springs, and Annice Brown, Milton. 

SPRING TERMS 

Escambia county, second Monday in June. 
Okaloosa county, last Monday in April. 

Santa Rosa county, second Monday after the second Mon- 
day in May. 

Walton county, second Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Escambia county, second Monday in October. 
Okaloosa county, last Monday in August. 
Santa Rosa county, second Monday after the second Mon- 
day in September. 

Walton county, second Monday in September. 

WINTER TERMS 

Escambia county, second Monday in February. 
Okaloosa county, second Monday in December. 
Santa Rosa county, second Monday after the second Mon- 
day in January. 

Walton county, second Monday in January. 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges— Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy; W. May Walker, Talla- 
hassee, and Ben C. Willis, Tallahassee. 
State Attorney — Wm. D. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 
Assistant State Attorney — Harry Morrison, Tallahassee. 
Court Reporter — Frances Thigpen, Tallahassee; Esther K. 
Brahaney, Tallahassee, and Loretta Perdue, Tallahassee. 

SPRING TERMS 

Wakulla County, first Monday in March. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 21 

Franklin County, third Monday in March. 
Gadsden County, first Monday in April. 
Jefferson County, fourth Monday in April. 
Liberty County, second Monday in May. 
Leon County, first Monday in June. 

FALL TERMS 

Wakulla County, second Monday in September. 
Franklin County, fourth Monday in September. 
Gadsden County, second Monday in October. 
Jefferson County, first Monday in November. 
Liberty County, third Monday in November. 
Leon County, first Monday in December. 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — R. H. Rowe, Madison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo. 
State Attorney — Wm. Randall Slaughter, Live Oak. 
Assistant State Attorney — O. O. Edwards, Cross City. 
Court Reporter — Wm. McChesney, Madison, and Mrs. Con- 
nie Luebke, Lake City. 

SPRING TERMS 

Lafayette County, second Monday in January. 
Dixie County, fourth Monday in January. 
Hamilton County, second Monday in February. 
Taylor County, first Monday in March. 
Madison County, fourth Monday in March. 
Suwannee County, third Monday in April. 
Columbia County, second Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Lafayette County, third Monday in July. 
Dixie County, first Monday in August. 
Hamilton County, third Monday in August. 
Taylor County, second Monday in September. 
Madison County, first Monday in October. 
Suwannee County, fourth Monday in October. 
Columbia County, third Monday in November. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Edwin L. Jones (Duval Circuit) , Charles A. 



22 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Luckie, Claude Ogilvie, Bayard B. Shields, A. D. 
McNeill, W. A. Stanly, Jacksonville, Albert W. 
Graessle, Jr., Jacksonville, William H. Maness, 
Jacksonville. 
State Attorney — William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville. 
Assistant State Attorneys — Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville; 
Thomas J. Shave, Fernandina, and Richard C. Gordie, Green 
Cove Springs. 

Court Reporters — Cecil K. Noel, Jr., Jacksonville, and 
Raleigh C. Dowling, Jr., Jacksonville. 

SPRING TERM 

Clay County, first Monday in April. 
Duval County, first Monday in May. 
Nassau County, third Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Clay County, first Monday in October. 
Duval County, first Monday in November. 
Nassau County, third Monday in October. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — T. G. Futch, Leesburg; D. R. Smith, Ocala; Carroll 

W. Fussell, Bushnell. 
State Attorney — G. G. Oldham, Jr., Leesburg. 
Assistant State Attorneys — John W. McCormick, Mount 
Dora, and James W. Kynes, Jr., Ocala. 

Court Reporters — Miss Elva Crumpton, Ocala, and Alan H. 
Hamlin, Tavares. 

SPRING TERMS 

Hernando County, first Tuesday in March. 
Citrus County, first Tuesday in February. 
Sumter County, second Tuesday in January. 
Lake County, first Tuesday in May. 
Marion County, first Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Hernando County, first Tuesday in September. 
Citrus County, First Tuesday in August. 
Sumter County, second Tuesday in July. 



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Lake County, first Tuesday in October. 
Marion County, first Tuesday in October. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — John U. Bird, Clearwater; John Dickinson, St. 
Petersburg; C. Richard Leavengood, St. Peters- 
burg; Orvil L. Dayton, Jr., Dade City; C. M. Kis- 
singer, St. Petersburg Beach, and Jack F. White, 
Clearwater. 
State Attorney — Clair A. Davis, St. Petersburg. 
Assistant State Attorneys — Charles Luckie, Jr., Dade City, 
and B. J. Driver, Clearwater. 

Court Reporters — Maude B. Clingan, St. Petersburg, and 
Albert W. Reeves, Clearwater. 

SPRING TERMS 

Pasco County, first Tuesday in April. 
Pinellas County, first Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Pasco County, first Tuesday in October. 
Pinellas County, first Monday in December. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; Robt. H. Wing- 
field, DeLand; P. B. Revels, Palatka, and Thomas 
N. Tappy, Daytona Beach. 
State Attorney — William W. Judge, Daytona Beach. 
Assistant State Attorneys — Hamilton D. Upchurch, St. Au- 
gustine, and H. T. Cook, Bunnell. 

Court Reporters — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand, and Geo. B. 
Newton, St. Augustine. 

SPRING TERMS 

Flagler County, third Monday in May. 
Putnam County, second Monday in March. 
St. Johns County, first Monday in June. 
Volusia County, second Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Flagler County, second Monday in December. 
Putnam County, second Monday in October. 



24 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

St. Johns County, second Monday in November. 
Volusia County, third Monday in October. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Geo. L. Patten, Starke, and John A. H. Murphree, 

Gainesville. 
State Attorney — T. E. Duncan, Gainesville. 
Assistant Slate Attorneys — J. C. Adkins, Jr., Gainesville, 
and Mack S. Futch, Starke. 

Court Reporter — Evelyn Higgs, Gainesville. 

SPRING TERMS 

Alachua County, second Monday in April. 
Baker County, second Monday in January. 
Bradford County, second Monday in May. 
Gilchrist County, first Monday in March. 
Levy County, second Monday in March. 
Union County, fourth Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Alachua County, second Monday in October. 
Baker County, second Monday in July. 
Bradford County, second Monday in November. 
Gilchrist County, first Tuesday after first Monday in 
September. 

Levy County, second Monday in September. 
Union County, fourth Monday in November. 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Frank A. Smith, Orlando; Vassar B. Carlton, 
Titusville; Terry B. Patterson, Winter Park; John 
M. McCarty, Ft. Pierce; W. A. Pattishall, Orlando; 
D. C. Smith, Vero Beach; Roger A. Barker, Or- 
lando; and Volie A. Williams, Jr., Sanford. 
State Attorney — Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 
Assistant State Attorneys — Charles R. P. Brown, Fort 
Pierce, and Thomas R. Waddell, Jr., Melbourne. 

Court Reporters — Gray Brewer, Titusville; Clifford M. 
Gaffney, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. M. Bama Conner, Orlando; and 
Dolores L. Gard, Ft. Pierce. 



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SPRING TERMS 

Brevard County, fourth Tuesday in March. 
Indian River County, second Tuesday in March. 
Martin County, second Tuesday in June. 
Okeechobee County, second Tuesday in April. 
Orange County, first Monday in April. 
Osceola County, third Monday in March. 
Seminole County, third Tuesday in April. 
St. Lucie County, second Tuesday in February. 

FALL TERMS 

Brevard County, second Tuesday in October. 
Indian River County, second Tuesday in October. 
Martin County, second Tuesday in January. 
Okeechobee County, second Tuesday in November. 
Orange County, third Monday in October. 
Osceola County, third Monday in September. 
Seminole County, first Tuesday in November. 
St. Lucie County, second Tuesday in September. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — D. O. Rogers, Bartow; Gunter Stephenson, Bar- 
tow; William K. Love, Winter Haven, and Clifton 
M. Kelly, Lakeland. 
State Attorney — Glen Darty, Lake Wales. 
Assistant State Attorney — Joseph O. Macbeth, Sebring. 
Court Reporters — Marilyn Cleveland Langford, Lakeland; 
Holland A. Kelley, Bartow; Mrs. Rosie Sclafani, Lakeland, 
and Mrs. Marguerite C. Sapp, Sebring. 

SPRING TERMS 

Hardee County, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
February. 

Highlands County, first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
April. 

Polk County, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
March. 

FALL TERMS 

Hardee County, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
September. 



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Highlands County, first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
November. 

Polk County, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
October. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — George E. Holt, Miami; Robert H. Anderson, 

Miami; Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami; John W. 

Prunty, Miami; Irving Cypen, Miami; Harold R. 

Vann, Coral Gables; Ray Pearson, Miami; J. Fritz 

Gordon, Miami; William A. Herin, Miami; Grady 

L. Crawford, Miami; Vincent C. Giblin, Miami; 

Pat Cannon, Miami; Robert L. Floyd, Miami, and 

John J. Kehoe, Miami. 
State Attorney — Richard E. Gerstein, Miami (appointed by 
the State Attorney of Dade County) . 

Court Reporter — Jack W. Mallicoat, Miami. 

SPRING TERM 

Dade County, second Tuesday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Dade County, second Tuesday in November. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — ^Lynn Gerald, Fort Myers; W. T. Harrison, Pal- 
metto; John D. Justice, Sarasota, and Archie M. 
Odom, Fort Myers. 
State Attorney — William M. Smiley, Bradenton. 
Assistant State Attorneys — William H. Stockham, Sarasota, 
and Frank B. Watson, Jr., Fort Myers. 

Court Reporters — Barney Schultz, Fort Myers, and Donald 
D. Bell, Bradenton. 

SPRING TERMS 

Charlotte County, fourth Monday in March. 
Collier County, first Monday in March. 
DeSoto County, second Monday in February. 
Glades County, first Monday in February. 
Hendry County, third Monday in February. 
Lee County, third Monday in April. 



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Manatee County, second Monday in March, 
Sarasota County, first Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Charlotte County, second Monday in October. 
Collier County, first Monday in October. 
DeSoto County, fourth Monday in November. 
Glades County, fourth Monday in October. 
Hendry County, third Monday in November. 
Lee County, first Monday in November. 
Manatee County, third Monday in October. 
Sarasota County, second Monday in November. 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — L. L. Parks, Tampa; Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; 

I. C. Spoto, Tampa; James S. Moody, Tampa, and 

John Germany, Tampa. 
State Attorney — James M. McEwen, Tampa. 
Assistant State Attorney — Ralph L. Rousseau, Jr., Tampa. 
Court Reporter — Richard H. Lee, Tampa. 

SPRING TERM 

Hillsborough County, first Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hillsborough County, first Tuesday in October. 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — E. C. Welch, Marianna; E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Pan- 
ama City, and W. L. Fitzpatrick, Port St. Joe. 
State Attorney — J. Frank Adams, Blountstown. 
Assistant State Attorneys — William J. Mongoven, Panama 
City, and James E. Moore, Marianna. 

Court Reporters — Zola B. Folkes, Panama City; Mrs. Nellie 
P. Heath, Marianna, and Betty Gaskin Owens, Wewahitchka. 

SPRING TERMS 

Bay County, fourth Monday in February. 
Calhoun County, fourth Monday in April. 
Gulf County, second Monday in February. 
Holmes County, second Monday in April. 



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Jackson County, second Monday in May. 
Washington County, fourth Monday in March. 

FALL TERMS 

Bay County, fourth Monday in August. 
Calhoun County, fourth Monday in September. 
Gulf County, second Monday in August. 
Holmes County, second Monday in October. 
Jackson County, second Monday in November. 
Washington County, fourth Monday in October. 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Lamar Warren, Ft. Lauderdale; Jos. S. White, 
West Palm Beach; R. O. Morrow, Lake Worth; 
Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale; James H. Walden, 
Dania; James R. Knott, West Palm Beach; Rich- 
ard M. Sauls, Hollywood, and Culver Smith, West 
Palm Beach. 

State Attorney— Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach. 

Assistant State Attorney — Quentin V. Long, Hallandale. 

Court Reporters — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale, and C. E. 
Jones, West Palm Beach. 

SPRING TERMS 

Broward County, second Tuesday in March. 
Palm Beach County, first Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Broward County, second Tuesday in October. 
Palm Beach County, first Monday in October. 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judge — Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West. 
State Attorney — J. Lancelot Lester, Key West. 
Assistant State Attorney — None. 
Court Reporter — Mrs. Louisa D. Parks, Key West. 

SPRING TERM 

Monroe County, third Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Monroe County, third Monday in October. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 29^ 

CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD, COURTS OF CRIME, 
COURT OF RECORD, CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Louis Weissing, Ft. Lauderdale. 
Solicitor — Thomas M. Coker, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. 
Clerk— W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judges — Ben. C. Willard, Gene Williams and George E. 

Schulz, Miami. 
Clerk— J. F. McCracken, Miami. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judges — William T. Harvey, Jacksonville, and A. Lloyd 
Layton, Jacksonville. 

Solicitor — Lacy Mahon, Jr., Jacksonville. 
Clerk— Kathleen L. Hartley. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — L. A. Grayson, Tampa. 
Solicitor — Paul B. Johnson, Tampa. 
Clerk — L. D. Simmons, Tampa. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas S. Caro, Key West. 
Solicitor — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West. 
Clerk — Harry Dongo, Key West. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge— W. M. Murphy, Orlando. 
Solicitor — Richard H. Cooper, Orlando. 
Clerk^Chas. E. Limpus, Orlando. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Judges — Edward G. Newell, West Palm Beach, and Hugh 

MacMillan, West Palm Beach. 
Solicitor — Charles A. Nugent, Jr., West Palm Beach. 
Clerk— John B. Dunkle, West Palm Beach. 



30 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

POLK COUNTY 

Judge — Roy H. Amidon, Bartow. 
Solicitor — J. H. Willson, Bartow. 
Clerk — Robert J. Haslett, Bartow. 

CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COUNTY 

Judges — Leland B. Featherstone, Miami; Norman Hendry, 
Miami; John R. Blanton, Miami, and Hal P. 
Deckle, Miami. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville. 

COURTS OF CRIMES 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas F. Tompkins, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. 

CIVIL & CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — Joseph P. McNulty, St. Petersburg. 
COURT OF RECORD 

ESCAMBLA COUNTY 

Judges — Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola, and Kirke M. Beall, 

Pensacola. 
Solicitor — Henry R. Barksdale. 
Clerk — Ernie Lee Magaha, Pensacola. 

JUVENILE COURTS, JUDGES 

Bay — Bert A. Davenport, Panama City. 

Broward — Dorr S. Davis, Ft. Lauderdale. 

Dade — Walter H. Beckham, Miami; W. R. Culbreath, Miami 

Duval — Marion W. Gooding, Jacksonville. 

Hillsborough — O. D. Howell, Jr., Tampa. 

Leon — Rufus O. Jefferson, Tallahassee. 

Monroe — Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, Key West. 

Orange — Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando. 

Pinellas — Charles O. Parks, Jr., St. Petersburg. 



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Polk — G. Bowdon Hunt, Bartow. 

Volusia — Max Frank Massfeller, Daytona Beach. 

JUVENILE DIVISION OF 
THE COURT OF RECORD, JUDGE 
Escambia — ^Theodore F. Bruno, Pensacola. 



32 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUDICIAL CIRCUITS 

Circuits Population 

First — Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Walton 

Counties 173,518 

Second — Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Lib- 
erty, and Wakulla Counties 112,714 

Third — Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madi- 
son, Suwannee, and Taylor Counties 76,164 

Fourth — Duval, Clay, and Nassau Counties 331,163 

Fifth — Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion, and Sum- 
ter Counties 98,661 

Sixth — Pasco and Pinellas Counties 179,778 

Seventh — Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia 

Counties 126,209 

Eighth — Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, 

and Union Counties 97,838 

Ninth — Brevard, Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, 
Orange, Osceola, St. Lucie, and Seminole Coun- 
ties 220,205 

Tenth— Hardee, Highlands, and Polk Counties 147,706 

Eleventh— Dade County 495,084 

Twelfth— De Soto, Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hen- 
dry, Lee, Manatee, and Sarasota Counties .... 115,201 

Thirteenth— Hillsborough County 249,894 

Fourteenth — Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, 

and Washington Counties 118,592 

Fifteenth— Broward and Palm Beach Counties 198,621 

Sixteenth— Monroe County 29,957 

Duval County Circuit— Duval County 304,029 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

First Judicial Circuit 

Harold B. Crosby, Pensacola, commissioned August 1, 1955, 
until first Tuesday after First Monday in January, A. D., 1957; 
recommissioned January 8, 1957, until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1961. 



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D. Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned January 
4. 1955, for term of six years. 

Woodrow M. Melvin, Milton, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Erwin Fleet, Fort Walton Beach, commissioned November 
22, 1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1959. 

Charles A. Wade, Crestview, commissioned January 6, 
1959, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Second Judicial Circuit 

W. May Walker, Tallahassee, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Ben C. Willis, Tallahassee, commissioned July 1, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959. Recomis- 
sioned January 6, 1959, until first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January, 1961. 

Third Judicial Circuit 

Hal W. Adams, Mayo, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

R. H. Rowe, Madison, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit 

Charles A. Luckie, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for a term of six years. 

Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

A. D. McNeill, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Claude Ogilvie, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

W. A. Stanly, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Albert W. Graessle, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned July 



34 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

22, 1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1959; recommissioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

William H. Maness, Jacksonville, commissioned November 
1, 1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1959; recommissioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 
Duval County Circuit 

Edwin L. Jones, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit 

Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 1961. 
Resigned July 1, 1957. 

D. R. Smith, Ocala, commissioned July 1, 1957, until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959; recommissioned 
January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

Carroll W. Fussell, Bushnell, commissioned July 31, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959; re- 
commissioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

T. G. Futch, Tavares, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit 

John U. Bird, Clearwater, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for six years. 

John Dickinson, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for six years. 

C. Richard Leavengood, St. Petersburg, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, for six years. 

Orvil L. Dayton, Jr., Dade City, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for six years. 

Alfred P. Marshall, Clearwater, commissioned March 14, 
1957, until January 6, 1959. 

Jack F. White, Clearwater, commissioned January 6, 1959, 
until January 3, 1961. 

S. Henry Harris, St. Petersburg, commissioned March 14, 
1957, until January 6, 1959. 

C. M. Kissinger, St. Petersburg Beach, commissioned Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 



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Seventh Judicial Circuit 

Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine, commissioned January 
4, 1955, for term of six years. 

Robt. H. Wingfield, DeLand, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

P. B. Revels, Palatka, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Horace D. Riegle, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 9, 
1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959. 

Thomas N. Tappy, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 
6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit 

Geo. L. Patten, Starke, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

John A. H. Murphree, Gainesville, commissioned January 
4, 1955, for term of six years. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit 

Frank A. Smith, Orlando, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Vassar B. Carlton, Titusville, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

A. O. Kanner, Stuart, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years; resigned July 1, 1957, and John M. Mc- 
Carty, Fort Pierce, commissioned September 16, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959; recom- 
missioned January 6, 1959, imtil January 3, 1961. 

Terry B. Patterson, Orlando, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

D. C. Smith, Vero Beach, commissioned June 3, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after iirst Monday in January, 1959; recommis- 
sioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

W. A. Pattishall, Orlando, commissioned June 3, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959; recommis- 
sioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

Roger A. Barker, Orlando, commissioned May 30, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959; re- 
commissioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 



36 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Volie A. Williams, Jr., Sanford, commissioned June 14, 
1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 
1959; recommissioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit 

D. O. Rogers, Bartow, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Don Register, Winter Haven, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. Resigned and retired November 7, 
1958 and William K. Love, Lakeland, commissioned Novem- 
ber 7, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

William P. Allen, Sebring, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years, resigned July 1, 1957 and Joe D. Kinsey, 
Sebring, commissioned July 2, 1957 until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1959. Clifton M. Kelly, Lakeland, 
commissioned January 6, 1959 until January 3, 1961. 

Gunter Stephenson, Bartow, commissioned January 9, 1957 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959. Re- 
commissioned January 6, 1959 until January 3, 1961. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit 

George E. Holt, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

Robert H. Anderson, Miami, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
until January 3, 1961. 

John W. Prunty, Miami, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
until January 3, 1961. 

Stanley Milledge, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. Retired November 5, 1958, and Irving 
Cypen, Miami Beach, commissioned November 12, 1958, until 
January 3, 1961. 

Charles A. Carroll, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. Resigned July 1, 1957, and John J. 
Kehoe, Miami, commissioned July 3, 1957, until first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1959; recommissioned until 
January 3, 1961. 

J. Fritz Gordon, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 37 

William A. Herin, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Grady L. Crawford, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Harold R. Vann, Miami, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
until January 3, 1961. 

Vincent C. Giblin, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Pat Cannon, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Robert L. Floyd, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Ray Pearson, Miami, commissioned January 8, 1957, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit 

Lynn Gerald, Fort Myers, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

W. T. Harrison, Palmetto, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Archie M. Odom, Fort Myers, commissioned December 11, 
1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned until January 3, 
1961. 

John D. Justice, Sarasota, commissioned April 15, 1957, 
until January 6, 1959; recommissioned until January 3, 1961. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 

L. L. Parks, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

Harry N. Sandler, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

Henry C. Tillman, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955, 
for term of six years. 

I. C. Spoto, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

James S. Moody, Plant City, commissioned November 1, 
1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned until January 
3, 1961. 



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Fourteenth Judicial Circuit 

E. C. Welch, Marianna, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 
term of six years. 

E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Panama City, commissioned January 
4, 1955, for term of six years. 

W. L. Fitzpatrick, Port St. Joe, commissioned July 17, 
1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned until January 3, 
1961. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit 

Culver Smith, West Palm Beach, commissioned April 29, 
1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned until January 
3, 1961. 

Lamar Warren, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years, 

Jos. S. White, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

R. O. Morrow, Lake Worth, recommissioned January 8, 
1957, until January 3, 1961. 

Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 

James H. Walden, Dania, recommissioned January 8, 1957, 
until January 3, 1961. 

James R. Knott, West Palm Beach, recommissioned January 
8, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

Richard M. Sauls, Hollywood, commissioned July 22, 1957, 
until January 6, 1959; recommissioned until January 3, 1961. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit 

Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West, commissioned January 4, 
1955, for term of six years. 



STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit 

Ed Wicke, Pensacola, commissioned January 8, 1957, for 
term of four years. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 39 

Second Judicial Circuit 

William D. Hopkins, Tallahassee, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for term of four years. 

Third Judicial Circuit 

Wm. Randall Slaughter, Live Oak, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit 

William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Fijth Judicial Circuit 

G. G. Oldham, Jr., Leesburg, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit 

Clair A. Davis, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit 

William W. Judge, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit 

T. E. Duncan, Gainesville, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
for term of four years. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit 

Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit 

Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for term of four years, resigned January 9, 1957, and 
Robert B. Huffaker, Bartow, commissioned January 9, 1957, 
until January 6, 1959. Glen Darty, Lake Wales, commis- 
sioned January 6, 1959, until January 3, 1961. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit 

Richard E. Gerstein, Miami, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
for term of four years. 



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Twelfth Judicial Circuit 

William M. Smiley, Sarasota, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for term of four years. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 

James M. McEwen, Tampa, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
for term of four years. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit 

J. Frank Adams, Blountstown, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for term of four years. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit 

Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit 

J. Lancelot Lester, Key West, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for term of four years. 



ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit 

Erwin Fleet, Fort Walton, resigned April 10, 1957, and Gillis 
E. Powell, Crestview, commissioned April 10, 1957, until next 
Senate; confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned May 29, 
1957, until July 7, 1959. 

Second Judicial Circuit 

Harry Morrison, Tallahassee, term expired Senate 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned May 27, 1957, 
until November 5, 1960. 

Third Judicial Circuit 

O. O. Edwards, Cross City, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 31, 1955, until July 31, 1959. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit 

Thomas J. Shave, Jr., Fernandina Beach, commissioned 
Jan. 15, 1957, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned June 3, 1957, until January 8, 1961. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 41 

R. C. Gordie, Green Cove Springs, commissioned Jan. 15, 
1957, until next Senate; confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned May 27, 1957, until January 8, 1961. 

Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville, commissioned January 9, 

1957, until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned May 23, 1957, until January 8, 1961. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit 

John W. McCormick, Mount Dora, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned July 31, 1955, until July 31, 1959. 

James W. Kynes, Jr., Ocala, commissioned July 1, 1957, 
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned October 16, 1957, until July 1, 1961. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit 

Robert R. Tench, Clearwater, resigned July 8, 1958, and 
B. J. Driver, Clearwater, commissioned July 14, 1958, until 
the next Senate. 

Sam Y. Allgood, Jr., New Port Richey, resigned July 25, 

1958, and Charles Luckie, Jr., Dade City, commissioned Octo- 
ber 14, 1958, until next Senate. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit 

Frank G. Howatt, St. Augustine, resigned April 30, 1957, 
and Hamilton D. Upchurch, St. Augustine, was confirmed by 
the Senate and commissioned May 24, 1957, until July 31, 
1959. 

H. T. Cook, Bunnell, commissioned September 18, 1957, 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned October 10, 1957, until September 18, 1961. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit 

Joe Hill Williams, Starke, deceased, and Mack S. Futch, 
Starke, commissioned July 29, 1957, until the next Senate, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned October 14, 
1957, until July 31, 1959. 

J. C. Adkins, Jr., Gainesville, commissioned October 22, 
3957, until the next Senate. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit 

Charles R. P. Brown, Fort Pierce, confirmed by Senate and 



42 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

commissioned July 31, 1955, until July 31, 1959, 

Volie A. Williams, Jr., Sanford, resigned May 29, 1957, and 
Thomas R. Waddell, Jr., Melbourne, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 6, 1957, until July 31, 1959. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit 

Joseph O. Macbeth, Sebring, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 31, 1955, until July 31, 1959. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit 

Assistant State Attorneys are appointed by the State Attor- 
ney of Dade County. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit 

William H. Stockham, Sarasota, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned July 31, 1955, until July 31, 1959. 

Frank B. Watson, Jr., Fort Myers, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned August 6, 1956, until July 31, 1959. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 

Ralph L, Rousseau, Jr., Tampa, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned August 3, 1956, until July 31, 1959. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit 

Larry G. Smith, Panama City, resigned January 16, 1957, 
and William J. Mongoven, Panama City, commissioned Jan- 
uary 21, 1957, until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned May 23, 1957, until July 31, 1959. 

James E. Moore, Marianna, commissioned June 24, 1957, 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned October 14, 1957, until June 24, 1961. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit 

Quentin V. Long, Hallandale, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 31, 1955, until July 31, 1959. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit 
None. 

OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS 
(Commissioned during Pleasure of the Governor) 

First Judicial Circuit — Robert E. Sayner, Pensacola; Mrs. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 43 

Weba Paul, DeFuniak Springs; Annice Brown, Milton. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Frances Thigpen, Tallahassee; 
Esther K. Brahaney, Tallahassee; Miss Loretta Perdue, Tal- 
lahassee. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Wm. McChesney, Madison; Mrs. 
Connie Luebke, Lake City. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Raleigh C. Dowling, Jr., Jackson- 
ville; Cecil K. Noel, Jr., Jacksonville. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Elva Crumpton, Ocala; Alan H. 
Hamlin, Tavares. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Maude B. Clingan, St. Petersburg; 
Albert W. Reeves, Clearwater. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand; George 
B. Newton, St. Augustine. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Evelyn Higgs, Gainesville. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Gray Brewer, Titusville; Clifford 
M. Gaffney, Fort Pierce; Mrs. M. Bama Conner, Orlando; 
Maurice J. Gelder, Orlando, resigned September 9, 1957, 
Dolores L. Gard, Fort Pierce, commissioned May 12, 1958. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Marilyn Cleveland Langford, Lake- 
land; Holland A. Kelley, Bartow; Mrs. Rosie Sclafani, Lake- 
land; Mrs. Joe M. Stiles, Jr., Sebring, commissioned July 24, 
1957, resigned January 29, 1958, and Margaret C. Sapp, 
Sebring, commissioned April 23, 1958. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Jack W. Mallicoat, Miami. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Barney Schultz, Fort Myers; 
Donald D. Bell, Bradenton. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — James G. Nesbit, Tampa, re- 
signed June 30, 1957, and Richard H. Lee, Tampa, was com- 
missioned July 5, 1957, 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Zola B. Folkes, Panama City; 
Mrs. Nellie Heath, Marianna. 



44 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale; 
C. E. Jones, West Palm Beach. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — Mrs. Louisa D. Parks, Key 
West. 

COURT REPORTERS— CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 
DADE COUNTY 
John F. Dwyer, Miami; Jessie Axton, Miami; Louise 
Pencke, Miami. 

COURT REPORTER— CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

BROWARD COUNTY 
Marguerite Klingmeyer, Fort Lauderdale. 

COURT REPORTER— CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 
Mrs. Virginia Toffaletti, Tampa. 

COURT REPORTER, COURT OF RECORD 
ESCAMBIA COUNTY 
Lucius B. Stearns, Pensacola. 

JUDGES, CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

Dade — David J. Heffernan, Miami, term expired January 
15, 1958, recommissioned for term ending January 15, 1962; 
retired January 31, 1959, and Leland B. Featherstone, Miami, 
commissioner February 1, 1959, until first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1961. 

Norman Hendry, Miami, term expired August 5, 1957, re- 
commissioned for term ending August 5, 1961. 

J. Tillman Pearson, Miami, resigned July 1, 1957; Hal P. 
Dekle, Miami, commissioned July 29, 1957, until July 11, 1959, 
recommissioned for term ending July 11, 1963. 

John R. Blanton, Miami, term expires July 28, 1959, recom- 
missioned for term ending July 28, 1963. 

Duval — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville, term expired May 5, 
1957, recommissioned for term ending May 5, 1961. 

JUDGE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD, 

PINELLAS COUNTY 
Pinellas — Joseph P. McNulty, St. Petersburg, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 45 

JUDGES, COURT OF CRIMES 
Broward — Thomas F. Tompkins, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, com- 
missioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

JUDGES JUVENILE COURT 

Bay — Bert A. Davenport, Panama City, Commissioned June 
20, 1957 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year 
term. 

Broward — Dorr S. Davis, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four-year term. 

Dade — Walter H. Beckham, Miami, term expired July 3, 

1957, recommissioned for term ending July 2, 1961. W. R. 
Culbreath, commissioned January 8, 1957, for four-year term. 

Duval — Marion W. Gooding, term expires August 18, 1959, 
recommissioned for term of four years. 

Hillsborough — O. D. Howell, Jr., Tampa, term expires July 
31, 1959, recommissioned for term of four years. 

Leon — Rufus O. Jefferson, Tallahassee, commissioned Octo- 
ber 1, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

Monroe — Eva Warner Gibson, Key West, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for term of four years. 

Orange — Mattie H. Farmer, Ocoee, Commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Pinellas — Charles O. Parks, Jr., St. Petersburg, term ex- 
pired June 21, 1959, recommissioned for four years. 

Polk — G. Bowdon Hunt, Bartow, term expired October 1, 

1958, recommissioned for term of four years. 

Volusia — Max Frank Massfeller, Daytona Beach, commis- 
sioned June 16, 1958, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned 
for term of four years. 

JUDGE OF THE JUVENILE DIVISION OF 
THE COURT OF RECORD 

Escambia — Theodore F. Bruno, Pensacola, term expired 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for term of six years. 

JUDGES— CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — Louis Weissing, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 



48 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Dade — Ben C. Willard, Miami, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. George E. Schulz, Miami, commissioned 
October 4, 1957, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 
term of four years. Gene Williams, Miami, commissioned 
October 4, 1957, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 
term of four year. 

Duval — William T. Harvey, Jacksonville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. A. Lloyd Layton, Jacksonville, 
commissioned Nov. 13, 1956, until January 6, 1959, recommis- 
sioned for term of four years. 

Hillsborough — L. A. Grayson, Tampa, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Monroe — Thos. S. Caro, Key West, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Orange — W. M. Murphy, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. 

Palm Beach — Edward G. Newell, West Palm Beach, com- 
missioned January 8, 1957, for four years. Hugh MacMillan, 
West Palm Beach, commissioned November 26, 1956, until 
December 31, 1958; recommissioned January 1, 1959, for four 
years. 

Polk — Roy H. Amidon, Lakeland, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. 

JUDGES, ESCAMBIA COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 
Escambia — Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for term of six years. Kirke M. Beall, Pensa- 
cola, commissioned January 8, 1957, for term of six years. 
Theodore F. Bruno, Pensacola (Judge of the Juvenile Divi- 
sion of the Court of Record) , commissioned November 26, 
1956, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for term of six 
years. 

JUDGES OF THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS 
County 

Alachua — T. Allen Crouch, Gainesville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for term of four years. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 47 

Bay — D. C. Suggs, Sr., Panama City, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years, deceased, and R. C. Evans, com- 
missioned December 10, 1958, until January 3, 1961. 

Brevard — Samuel A. Harper, Merrit Island, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years, resigned February 4, 1958; 
Grady W. White, Melbourne, commissioned February 13, 1958, 
until January 6, 1959, recommissioned until January 3, 1961. 

Broward — Charles F. Goggin, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, term 
expired January 6, 1959; Mildred S. Akerman, Fort Lauder- 
dale, commissioned January 6, 1959, for four years. Jack 
Yeslow, Hollywood, commissioned April 29, 1957, until Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, recommissioned for four years. Robert M. Ar- 
nold, Pompano Beach, commissioned May 6, 1957, until Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, recommissioned for four years. 

Clay — J. C. Sapp, Green Cove Springs, commissioned April 
2, 1957, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned under Chapter 
57-1048, Laws of Florida, September 5, 1957, until January 
3, 1961. 

Collier — Walter G. Sorokoty, Naples, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, 
for four years. 

Columbia — Milo I. Thomas Jr., Lake City, commissioned 
March 14, 1956, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned Jan- 
uary 21, 1959, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary, 1961. 

Dade — Sidney L. Segall, Miami, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. Raymond G. Nathan, Miami, commis- 
sioned January 4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, for four years. 

Dixie — Royal C. Dunn, Cross City, commissioned Septem- 
ber 13, 1957, until September 11, 1959. 

Duval — W. Shannon Linning, Jacksonville, commissioned 
January 9, 1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned for 
term of four years. 

Escambia — William H. Anderson, Pensacola, term expired 
January 1, 1957; recommissioned March 20, 1957, until Jan- 
uary 1, 1961. 



48 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Flagler — W. L. Wadsworth, Bunnell, resigned February 8, 
1957, and Francis G. Mark, commissioned June 24, 1957, until 
January 6, 1959. Resigned January 19, 1959. 

Gilchrist — Miller Lang, Trenton, term expired August 6, 
1957. 

Gulf — B. B. Conklin, Wewahitchka, commissioned June 30, 
1955, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four years. 

Hendry — Selden L. Stewart, LaBelle, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned for four 
years. 

Highlands — David F. Lanier, Avon Park, commissioned 
April 3, 1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned for two 
years. 

Indian River — J. Pasco Woods, Vero Beach, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years, resigned October 10, 1958, 
and recommissioned January 6, 1959, for two years. 

Jackson — W. A. Smith, Marianna, term expired January 1, 
1957. 

Jefferson — W. M. Scruggs, Sr., Monticello, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Lake — Robert E. Pierce, Leesburg, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Lee — Charles M. Roberts, Fort Myers, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Leon — Harry H. Mitchell, Tallahassee, term expired Octo- 
ber 8, 1957; William F. Daniel, Tallahassee, commissioned 
April 29, 1958, until October 8, 1959. 

Levy — G. C. Perdue, Bronson, term expired January 6, 
1957. 

Madison — Alice C. Williams, Madison, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Marion — A. G. Pattillo, Jr., Ocala, term expired November 
8, 1957. William F. Blowers, Ocala, commissioned January 
20, 1958, until November 8, 1959. 

Martin — Theodore C. Houk, Stuart, commissioned January 
4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, for 
four years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 49 

Monroe — Paul E. Esquinaldo, Key West, commissioned De- 
cember 10, 1956, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 
four years. 

Nassau — E. V. Garcia, Fernandina Beach, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Okaloosa — Harry Booth, Crestview, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Okeechobee — Otis Whitehurst, Okeechobee, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Orange — Sylvan McElroy, Orlando, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Osceola — Fred C. Snodgrass, St. Cloud, commissioned July 
11, 1957, until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Palm Beach — F. A. Currie, West Palm Beach, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Pasco — Eric E. Wagner, Dade City, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Putnam — Edward L. Bush, Palatka, term expired August 
1, 1957, recommissioned February 20, 1958, until August 1, 
1959. 

St. Johns — Robert A. Andreu, St. Augustine, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

St. Lucie — Walter M. Rogers, Fort Pierce, commissioned 
January 8, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 
1959, for four years. 

Sarasota — C. J. Wiersteiner, Sarasota, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Seminole — Frank L. Miller, Sanford, term expired August 
20, 1957; recommissioned for two-year term. 

Taylor — J. F. McCall, Perry, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
for four years, resigned January 3, 1958. Judson B. Faircloth, 
Perry, commissioned January 8, 1958, until January 6, 1959; 
recommissioned for two years. 

Volusia — James T. Nelson, DeLand, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Walton — Emery Campbell, DeFuniak Springs, term expired 
January 6, 1959. M. C. Burke, DeFuniak Springs, commis- 
sioned January 6, 1959, for four years. 



50 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CLERKS, CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft, Lauderdale, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Dade — J. F. McCracken, Coral Gables, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Duval — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Hillsborough — L. D. Simmons, Tampa, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, 
for four years. 

Monroe — Harry Dongo, Key West, commissioned January 8, 

1957, for four years. 

Orange — Charles E. Limpus, Orlando, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Palm Beach — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach, term ex- 
pired January 6, 1959. John B. Dunkle, West Palm Beach, 
commissioned January 6, 1959, for four years. 

Polk — R. J. Haslett, Bartow, commissioned January 8, 1957, 
for four years. 

CLERK, COURT OF RECORD 

Escambia County — Ernie Lee Magaha, Pensacola, Commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957, for four years. 

SOLICITORS, CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — Emerson Allsworth, Ft. Lauderdale, commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957, for four years, resigned November 18, 

1958. Thomas M. Coker, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 
December 31, 1958, until January 3, 1961. 

Duval — Lacy Mahon, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Hillsborough — Paul B. Johnson, Tampa, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Monroe — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Orange — Richard H. Cooper, Orlando, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 51 

Palm Beach — Charles A. Nugent, Jr., West Palm Beach, 
commissioned January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Polk — Clifton M. Kelly, Lakeland, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years, resigned January 6, 1959. Jesse H. 
Willson, Bartow, commissioned January 6, 1959, for two years. 

SOLICITOR, COURT OF RECORD 
Escambia — Henry R. Barksdale, Pensacola, commissioned 
January 6, 1959, for four years. 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS 
Counties 

Alachua — Osee R. Fagan, Gainesville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years, resigned November 5, 1958. A. Z. 
Adkins, Jr., Gainesville, commissioned November 5, 1958, until 
January 3, 1961. 

Bay — Dayton Logue, Panama City, commissioned May 16, 
1957, until January 6, 1959; recommissioned for four years. 

Charlotte — Edward L. Gerson, Punta Gorda, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

DeSoto — William W. Dishong, Arcadia, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Gadsden — William D. Doss, Quincy, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years — deceased. William D. Lines, Quincy, 
commissioned November 4, 1957, until January 6, 1959; recom- 
missioned until January 3, 1961. 

Gulf — Benjamin H. Dickens, Port St. Joe, commissioned 
March 4, 1958, until January 6, 1959. Silas R. Stone, Port St. 
Joe, commissioned January 6, 1959, for two years. 

Hardee — Latimer C. Farr, Wauchula, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Indian River — D. C. Smith, Vero Beach, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years, resigned May 29, 1957. John R. 
Gould, Vero Beach, commissioned June 8, 1957, until January 
6, 1959; recommissioned for two years. 

Jefferson — Henry C. Hamilton, Monticello, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 



52 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Lee — Frank A. Pavese, Fort Myers, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Leon — Clinton Ashmore, Tallahassee, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years, resigned July 16, 1957. Jack M. Green, 
Tallahassee, commissioned July 17, 1957, until January 6, 1959. 
Sylvan Strickland, Tallahassee, commissioned January 6, 1959, 
for two years. 

Levy- —Richard J. Brooks, Bronson, commissioned January' 
8, 1957, for two years. S. E. Wasson, commissioned January 6, 
1959, for two years. 

Madison — Ernest M. Page, Jr., Madison, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Manatee — Walter R. Talley, Bradenton, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Martin — T. T. Ooughterson, Stuart, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Okeechobee — G. C. Durrance, Okeechobee, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Osceola — Phillip R. Kelley, Kissimmee, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Pasco — Gene H. Auvil, Dade City, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. 

Pinellas — Royce L. Kilpatrick, Clearwater, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

St. Lucie — B. A. Bittan, Jr., Fort Pierce, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Sarasota — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years, resigned January 1, 1959. Thomas 
H. Stokes, Sarasota, commissioned January 1, 1959, until Jan- 
uary 3, 1961. 

Seminole — Karlyle Housh older, Sanford, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Sumter — James W. West, Bushnell, commissioned January 
8, 1957, for four years. 

Walton — A. G. Campbell, Jr., DeFuniak Springs, commis- 
sioned July 8, 1957, until January 6, 1959. S. M. Preacher, 
DeFuniak Springs, commissioned January 6, 1959, for four 
years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 53 

COUNTY ATTORNEYS 
Counties 

Charlotte — Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 

Columbia — W. Joe Ferguson, Lake City, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, 
for four years. 

Hardee — Hoyt Carlton, Wauchula (Attorney to the Board 
of County Commissioners) , commissioned January 8, 1957, for 
four years. John J. Nedza, Wauchula (Attorney to the Board 
of Public Instruction) , commissioned January 8, 1957, for two 
years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, for two years. 

Hendry — Harry P. Johnson, Clewistown, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, 
for four years. 

Holmes — J. Paul Griffith, Bonifay, commissioned January 8, 
1957, for four years. 

Jackson — Clyde Mayhall, Marianna, commissioned January 
4, 1955, for four years; recommissioned January 6, 1959, for 
four years. 

Okaloosa — William D. Barrow, Crestview, commissioned 
January 8, 1957, for four years. 

Santa Rosa — W. D. Robertson, Milton, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, for four years. 



54 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS 

Redistricted 1945 

Federal Census 1950 

Districts Population 

First — Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties 46,087 

Second — Escambia County 112,706 

Third— Holmes and Walton Counties 28,713 

Fourth — Jackson County 34,645 

Fifth — Franklin, Liberty, and Wakulla Counties 14,254 

Sixth— Gadsden County 36,457 

Seventh— Polk County 123,997 

Eighth— Leon County 51,590 

Ninth — Citrus and Hernando Counties 12,804 

Tenth— Madison and Taylor Counties 24,613 

Eleventh— Pinellas County 159,249 

Twelfth — Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie 

Counties 39,859 

Thirteenth— Dade County 495,084 

Fourteenth — Columbia County 18,216 

Fifteenth — Bradford and Union Counties 20,363 

Sixteenth — Nassau County 12,811 

Seventeenth — Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwannee 

Counties 29,407 

Eighteenth— Duval County 304,029 

Nineteenth — Orange County 114,950 

Twentieth— Marion County 38,187 

Twenty-first — Dixie, Gilchrist, and Levy Counties. . . 18,064 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 55 

Twenty-second — Jefferson County 10,413 

Twenty-third— Lake County 36,340 

Twenty-fourth — CoUier, Hendry, Lee, and Monroe 

Counties 65,900 

Twenty-fifth — Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, and Washington 

Counties 69,959 

Twenty-sixth — Putnam County 23,615 

Twenty-seventh — DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, and 

Highlands Counties 35,150 

Twenty-eighth— Volusia County 74,229 

Twenty-ninth — Baker and Clay Counties 20,636 

Thirtieth— Broward County 83,933 

Thirty-first— Flagler and St. Johns Counties 28,365 

Thirty-second — Alachua County 57,026 

Thirty-third — Okeechobee and Osceola Counties 14,860 

Thirty-fourth— Hillsborough County 249,894 

Thirty-fifth— Palm Beach County 114,688 

Thirty-sixth — Charlotte, Manatee, and Sarasota 

Counties 67,817 

Thirty-seventh — Brevard and Seminole Counties .... 50,536 

Thirty-eighth — Pasco and Sumter Counties 31,859 

Total 2,771,305 



56 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE SENATORS— 1957 

Name and Address 

Newman C. Brackin, Crestview 

Philip D. Beall, Florida National Bank Building, Pensacola 
Harvie J. Belser, Bonifay 

John Rawls, Citizens State Bank Building, Marianna 
T. Drew Branch, Sumatra 
Dewey M. Johnson, Quincy 
Scott Kelly, P. O. Box 1651, Lakeland 

Wilson Car r away, Tallahassee State Bank & Trust Co., Talla- 
hassee 

James E. (Nick) Connor, P. O. Box 5, Brooksville 
W. T. Davis, Madison 

J. Frank Houghton, 401 Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 
Merrill P. Barber, Box 936, Vero Beach 
Joe Eaton, 1125 duPont Bldg., Miami 
W. E. Bishop, P. O. Box 367, Lake City 
Charley E. Johns, Starke 
Harry O. Stratton, Route 1, Callahan 
H. H. (Horry) Hair, Jr., Like Oak 
Fletcher Morgan, 45 West Bay Street, Jacksonville 
J. B. Rogers, Orlando, resigned July 24, 1957, and John A. 
Sutton, 64 E. Central, Orlando, was elected at a special elec- 
tion held Sept. 3, 1957 
L. K. Edwards, Jr., Ii'vine 
W. Randolph Hodges, Cedar Key 
S. D, Clarke, Monticello 
J. A. (Tar) Boyd, Box 901, Leesburg 
William R. Neblett, 415 Francis St., Key West 
Bart Knight, P. O. Box 375, Blountstown 
B. C. Pearce, Palatka 
Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., Wauchula 

E. William Gautier, 1200 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach 
Tom Adams, Box 215, Orange Park 
Ted Cabot, 309 First Federal Building, Ft. Lauderdale 
Verle A. Pope, P. O. Box 519, St. Augustine 
W. A. Shands, 2401 N. W. 23rd Road, Gainesville 
Irlo O. Bronson, Kissimmee 
Paul Kickliter, 501 V2 Franklin Street, Tampa 
Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., 3020 Vincent Road, West Palm Beach 
Joe Bill Rood, 2322 7th Avenue, W., Bradenton 
Douglas Stenstrom, Sanford 
J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell 



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37 : 


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* Elected 1956 General Election 
• * Holdovers 



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57 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1957 

County Name and Address 

Alachua Group 1 Ralph D. Turlington, 113 N. Main St., 

Gainesville 
Group 2 J. Emory (Red) Cross, P. O. Box 411, 

Gainesville 
Baker John J. Crews, Jr., Macclenny 

Bay Group 1 Dempsey J. Barron, P. O. Box 1241, Panama 

City 
Group 2 William E. Harris, P. O. Box 578, Panama 

City 
Bradford Doyle E. Conner, Drawer 631, Starke 

Brevard Richard B. Muldrew, P. O. Box 546, Mel- 

bourne 
Broward Group 1 Andrew J. (Jack) Musselman, Jr., 412 N. 

E. 18th Avenue, Pompano Beach 
Group 2 A. J. Ryan, Jr., 219 S. W. 8th St., Dania 
Calhoun Edwin H. Peters, P. O. Box 267, Blounts- 

town 

Charlotte John M. Hathaway, Box 638, Punta Gorda 

Citrus Allison R. Strickland, Route 1, Inverness 

Clay S. D. (Sam) Saunders, P. O. Box 31, Mid- 

dleburg 

Collier James Lorenzo Walker, Naples 

Columbia B. D. (Georgia Boy) Williams, 1160 E. 

Dade St., Lake City 
Dade Group 1 George L. Hollahan, Jr., 7210 Red Road, 

South Miami 
John B. Orr, Jr.. 228 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 
W. C. (Cliff) Herrell, 173 Navarre Drive. 

Miami Springs 
S. C. Smith, Arcadia 
Hal Chaires, Oldtown 
John E. Mathews, Jr., 630 Lynch Bldg., 

Jacksonville 
Harry W. Westberry, 152 Tallulah Avenue, 

Jacksonville 
William H. (Bill) Maness, 704 Florida The- 
atre Bldg., Jacksonville 
J. B. Hopkins, 314 S. Baylen St., Pensacola 
George Stone, Star Route B, Box 596, At- 

more, Ala. 

Flagler W. L. Wadsworth, P. O. Box 396, Bunnell 





Group 2 




Group 3 


DeSoto 




Dixie 




Duval 


Group 1 




Group 2 




Group 3 


Escambia 


Group 1 




Group 2 



58 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1957 



Group 1 
Group 2 



County 

Pranklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 



Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands 

HUlsborough Group 1 
Group 2 

Group 3 



Holmes 






Indian River 






Jackson 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 


Jefferson 






Lafayette 






Lake 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 


Lee 






Leon 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 


Levy 






Liberty 






Madison 






Manatee 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 


Marion 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 



Martin 



Name and Address 
Mrs. Bryant Patton, Apalachicola 
W. M. Inman, Quincy 
C. Fred Arrington, Havana 
Howell Lancaster, Trenton 
Joe H. Peeples, Jr., Moore Haven 
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., 221 Reid Ave., Port 

St. Joe 
J. W. McAlpin, White Springs 
G. W. (Dick) Williams, Wauchula 
Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 
John L. Ayers, Box 125, Brooksville 
Howard Livingston, Box 246, Sebring 

James S. Moody, Plant City 

Robert T. Mann, 309 Wallace S. Bldg., 

Tampa 2 
Sam M. Gibbons, 918 1st National Bank 

Bldg., Tampa 2 
Wayne O. Manning, Ponce de Leon 
L. B. "Buck" Vocelle, Vero Beach 

J. Troy Peacock, 600 N. Green St., Marianna 
John S. Shipp, Jr., Box 897, Marianna 
George H. Anderson, Monticello 
Homer T. Putnal, Mayo 

Welborn Daniel, P. O. Box 703, Clermont 

C. E. Duncan, Tavares 

Walter O. Sheppard, 1410 Dean St., Port 

Myers 
Mallory E. Home, P. O. Box 725, Tallahassee 
Richard O. (Dick) Mitchell, 107 Midyette- 

Moor Bldg., Tallahassee 
Prank Marshburn, Box 69, Bronson 
J. S. Alexander, Bristol 
Otis R. Peavy, Box 204, Madison 
William C. Grimes. Palmetto 
J. E. Pratt, 401 12th St., W., Bradenton 
William G. O'Neill, P. O. Box 253, Ocala 
William V. Chappell, Jr., 4. South Magnolia 

Street, Ocala 
Marvin H. Rowell, Box 1271, Stuart 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



59 



IMEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1957 



County 
Monroe 



Nassau 



Okaloosa 



Okeechobee 
Orange 



Osceola 
Palm Beach 



Pasco 
Pinellas 



Polk 



Putnam 



St. Johns 



St. Lucie 



Navie and Address 
Group 1 Bernie C. Papy, 1021 Washington St., Key 

West 
Group 2 J. Y. Porter, 906 Johnson St., Key West 

T. H. (Tommy) Askins, 5th and Alachua, 
Fernandina Beach 

Group 1 Charles D. Stewart, P. O. Box 643, Ft. Wal- 
ton Beach 

Group 2 James H. (Jimmy) Wise, 302 E, Cedar Ave., 
Crestview 

Nathan Zelmenovitz, Box 98, Okeechobee 

Group 1 Henry W. Land, Apopka, resigned July 31, 
1957, and Mrs. George W. (Beth) John- 
son, 505 Peachtree Road, Orlando, elect- 
ed Special Election Sept. 3, 1957 

Group 2 John A. Sutton, Orlando, resigned July 31, 
1957, and Jack C. Inman, 505 Balmoral 
Road, Winter Park, elected special elec- 
tion Sept. 3, 1957 
J. J. Griffin, Jr., 435 Florida Ave., St. Cloud 

Group 1 Ralph J. Blank, Jr., 321 Pan-A Bldg., West 

Palm Beach 
Group 2 Emmett S. Roberts, 636 S. E. 2nd St., Belle 

Glade 
J. R. A. Wiihams, Dade City 

Group 1 Fred C. Petersen, 3663 1st Ave., N., St. 

Petersburg 
Group 2 Thomas M. Carney, 268 Belleair Drive, Snell 

Isle, St. Petersburg 
Group 3 B. E. Shaffer, Rt. 2, Box 996, Clearwater 
Group 1 Roy Surles, P. O. Box 1375, Lakeland 
Group 2 Ray Mattox, 1207 5th St., N. E., Winter 

Haven 
Group 3 Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., Box 368, Frostproof 

James N. "Gator" Beck, 1000 Division St., 

Palatka 
Group 1 F, Charles Usina, P. O. Box 177, St. Augus- 
tine 
Group 2 "Sonny" Nathan I. Weinstein, P, O. Box 

526, St. Augustine 
Rupert Jasen Smith, 206 Raulerson Bldg., 

Ft. Pierce 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES — 1957 

County Name and Address 

Santa Rosa Morrison Kimbrough, Route 2, Milton 

Sarasota Group 1 George E. Youngberg, Sr., Venice 

Group 2 Henry S. Bartholomew, P. O. Box 646. Sara- 
sota 
Seminole Group 1 Mack N. Cleveland, Jr., P. O. Box 220, San- 

ford 
Group 2 Gordon V. Frederick, 204 North Park, San- 
ford 
Sumter E. C. Rowell, Webster 

Suwannee Houston W. Roberts, Live Oak 

Taylor O. W. Jones, Perry 

Union C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler 

Volusia Group 1 Frederick B. Karl, 10 N. Wild Olive Ave., 

Daytona Beach 
Group 2 James H. Sweeney, Jr., P. O. Box 958, De- 
Land 
Wakulla Bobby Russ, Rt. 2, Crawfordville 

Walton Thos. D. (Tom) Beasley, Box 207, DePun- 

iak Springs 
Washington Sam Mitchell, Vernon 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF FLORTOA 



61 



Showing number of Representatives from each county and population of 
each county according to the 1950 Federal Census. Total for State 2,771,305. 
Reapportioned Chapter 31378, Acts of 1955. 



County 



County Seal 



Number of 
Represen- 
tatives 



Population 



Alachua .... 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford . . . 
Brevard .... 
Broward . . . 
Calhoun. . . . 
Charlotte . . . 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia . . . 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 

Flagler 

Franklin ... 
Gadsden . . . 
Gilchri.st. . . 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton ... 

Hardee 

Hendrj' 

Hernando. . 
Highlands . . , 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 



Gainesville 

Macclennj- 

Panama City 

Starke 

Titusville 

Fort Lauderdale. . . 

Blountstown 

Punta Gorda 

Inverness 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Lake City 

Miami 

Arcadia 

Cross City 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Bunnell 

Apalachicola 

Quincy 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper 

Wauchula 

LaBelle 

Brooksville 

Sebring 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Vero Beach 

Marianna 

Monticello 

Mayo 

Tavares 

Fort Myers 

Tallahassee 



57,026 

6,313 

42,689 

11,457 

23,653 

83,933 

7,922 

4,286 

6,111 

14,323 

6,488 

18,216 

495,034 

9,242 

3,928 

304,029 

112,706 

3,367 

5,814 

36,457 

3,499 

2,199 

7,460 

8,981 

10,073 

6,051 

6,693 

13,636 

249,894 

13,988 

11,872 

34,645 

10,413 

3,440 

36,340 

23,404 

51,590 



62 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA— (Cont'd) 



County 


County S?at 


Number of 
Represen- 
tatives 


Population 


Lew 


Bronson 


1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


10,637 


Liberty 


Bristol 


3,182 


Madison 


Madison 


14,197 


Manatee 


Bradenton 


34,704 


Marion 


Ocala 


38,187 


Martin 


Stuart 


7,807 


Monroe 


Key West 


29,957 


Nassau 


Fernandina 


12,811 


Okaloosa 


Crestview 


27,533 


Okeechobee. . 


Okeechobee 


3,454 


Orange 


Orlando 


114,950 


Osceola .... 


Kissimmee 


11,406 


Palm Beach 


West Palm Beach 


114,688 


Pasco 


Dade City 


20,529 


Pinellas 


Clearwater 


159,249 


Polk 


Bartow 


123,997 


Putnam 


Palatka 


23,615 


St. Johns 


St. Augustine 


24,998 


St. Lucie 


Fort Pierce 


20,180 


Santa Rosa 


Milton 


18,554 


Sarasota 


Sarasota 


28,827 


Seminole 


Sanford 


26,883 


Sumter 


Bushnell 


11,330 


Suwannee 


Live Oak 


16,986 


Taylor 


Perry 


10,416 


Union . . 


Lake Butler 


8,906 


Volusia 


Deland 

Crawfordville 


74,229 


Wakulla.... 


5,258 


Walton 


Dc'Funiak Springs 


14,725 


Washington 


Chipley 


11,888 






Totals 


95 


2,771,305 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 63 

STATE EX-OFFICIO BOARDS AND 
COMMISSIONS 

1955-1957 

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Neil M. Rhodes, State Marketing Commissioner. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

J. Ed Larson, Treasurer. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

STATE CANVASSING BOARD 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

CONSERVATION BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 



64 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF COUNTY OFFICERS' BUDGET APPEALS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 
J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer. 

governor's CABINET 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

HOUSING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 65 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture, 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

LABOR BUSINESS AGENTS LICENSING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

PERSONNEL BOARD FOR MERIT SYSTEM 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Sesretary of State. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

BOARD OF PARDONS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS (CONFEDERATE) 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 



66 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

STATE PLANT BOARD 

Joe K. Hays, Winter Haven. 

J. Lee Ballard, St. Petersburg. 

Jaquelin J. Daniel, Jacksonville. 

James J. Love, Quincy. 

William C. Gaither, Miami. 

S. Kendrick Guernsey, Jacksonville. 

Ralph L. Miller, Plymouth. 

James D. Camp, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale. 

PURCHASING COMMISSION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer, 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer. 

SECURITIES COMMISSION 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 
J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer. 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

BOARD FOR SUPERVISION AND REGULATION OF FORM OF 
BOND OF SURETY COMPANIES 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

DIRECT TAX COMMISSION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 67 

J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer. 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

TEXTBOOK PURCHASING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 



68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, SUPERVISORS, 
COMMISSIONERS, INSPECTORS, 
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

James D. A. Holley, Tallahassee, commissioned August 27, 

1956, until August 24, 1960. 

R. Warner Ring, Miami, commissioned September 27, 1955, 
until August 26, 1959, deceased, and Arthur I. Hemmings, 
Miami, commissioned June 25, 1958, for unexpired term. 

George W. Dandelake, Jacksonville, term expired August 
25, 1958, and Jewell A. Davis, Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 3, 1958, until August 25, 1962. 

Robert M. Morgan, Miami, term expired August 19, 1957; 
recommissioned August 19, 1957, for four years. 

Harry M. Turnburke, Clearwater, term expired August 17, 
1957; recommissioned August 19, 1957, for four years. 

FLORIDA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION 

B. R. Fuller, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned October 3, 1957, 
for two years. 

E. R. Hendrickson, Gainesville, commissioned October 1, 

1957, for three years. 

E. T. Casler, Bartow, commissioned October 2, 1957, for four 
years. 

Willard D. Miller, Ruskin, commissioned September 27, 1957, 
for four years. 

A. P. Mcintosh, Tallahassee, commissioned October 7, 1957, 
for three years. 

Albert V. Hardy, Jacksonville, commissioned October 7, 
1957, for one year; recommissioned October 10, 1958, until 
October 7, 1962. 

Thos. H. Lipscomb, Jacksonville, commissioned October 7, 
1957, for four years. 

Arthur Crago, Brewster, commissioned October 16, 1957, 
for three years. 

Geo. F. Westbrook, Winter Haven, commissioned October 
22, 1957, for two years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 69 

ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE REHABILITATION 
OF ALCOHOLICS 

Hugh Lalor, Opa Locka, term expired November 23, 1957; 
recommissioned April 4, 1958, until November 23, 1961. 

Dr. M. R. Clements, Tallahassee, term expired November 
20, 1957, and Paul S. Jarrett, M.D., Miami, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 26, 1958, until November 20, 1961. 

Dr. Fred B. McMullen, Clearwater, term expired November 

23, 1958. 

Melvin J. Arnold, Winter Haven, term expires November 

24, 1959. 

Thomas A. Sharpe, Jacksonville, term expires November 
23, 1960. 

STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

Archie G. Parrish, St. Petersburg, term expires July 1, 1959. 

Russell T. Pancoast, Miami Beach, term expires July 1, 1959. 

Morton T. Ironmonger, Fort Lauderdale, term expires July 
1, 1959. 

Richard Boone Rogers, Orlando, term expired July 1, 1957; 
recommissioned July 22, 1957, until July 1, 1960. 

S. Ralph Fetner, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1957, 
and Franklin S. Bunch, Jacksonville, conmiissioned July 23. 
1957, until July 1, 1961. 

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 

John R. Shaw, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 10, 1957, until September 4, 1959. 

STATE AUDITOR 

Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned August 2, 1956, until August 3, 1959. 

FLORIDA AVOCADO AND LIME COMMISSION 

Avocado and Lime District One 

Harold E. Kendall, Goulds, producer; term expired June 27, 
1957; recommissioned until July 1, 1959. 

J. Richard Brooks, Homestead, producer, packer, shipper; 
term expired June 27, 1957; recommissioned until July 1, 1959. 

Henry R. Pridgeon, Homestead, producer of avocados; term 



70 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

expired June 23, 1957; recommissioned June 26, 1957, until 
July 1, 1959. 

Luther Chandler, Goulds, producer of avocados; term ex- 
pired June 23, 1957; recommissioned June 27, 1957, until July 
1, 1959. 

David J. Light, Perrine, producer of avocados and limes; 
term expired July 7, 1957, and George H. Cooper, Princeton, 
commissioned June 27, 1957, until July 1, 1959. 

Avocado and Lime District Two 

Ivy E. Futch, Lake Placid, producer of limes; term expired 
June 27, 1957; recommissioned July 3, 1957, until July 1, 1959. 

G. F. Ward, Avon Park, producer of avocados; term expired 
June 24, 1957; recommissioned June 27, 1957, until July 1, 
1959. 

L. C. Stewart, Winter Haven, producer of limes; term ex- 
pired July 5, 1957; recommissioned June 26, 1957, until July 
1, 1959. 

John C. Hughey, Lutz, producer, packer and shipper of 
limes; term expired June 27, 1957, and G. W. Keller, Ft. Myers, 
commissioned July 11, 1957, until July 1, 1959. 

barbers' sanitary commission 
G. H. Ashmore, Miami, term expires June 18, 1959. 
S. J. McMillan, Quincy, term expires July 23, 1959. 
Jack E. Carter, Orlando, term expires June 18, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN THE BASIC SCIENCES 

M. W. Emmel, Gainesville, term expired September 9, 1957; 
recommissioned September 23, 1957, until September 9, 1961. 

R. S. Bly, Lakeland, deceased, and Dr. Robert J. Dew, Jr., 
Tampa, commissioned November 3, 1958, until September 10, 
1959. 

Mary Noka Hood, Tallahassee, term expires September 12, 
1959. 

E. Morton Miller, Coral Gables, term expired September 9, 
1958; recommissioned November 3, 1958, until September 9, 
1962. 

Paul A. Vestal, Winter Park, term expired September 25, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 71 

1958; recommissioned November 3, 1958, until September 25, 
1962. 

BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS 

District One 
Gladys Moore, Miami, term expired June 27, 1957; recom- 
missioned July 8, 1957, until next Senate, confirmed by the 
Senate and commissioned October 24, 1957, until June 27, 1960. 

District Two 
Hattie M. Thompson, Eustis, resigned May 8, 1958, and Amy 
Bachleda, Apopka, commissioned May 13, 1958, until June 27, 
1958; recommissioned July 8, 1958, until next Senate. 

District Three 
Mrs. Myrtle M. Morris, Panama City, term expires June 27, 
1959. 

STATE BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT 

Director — J. D. Williamson, Tallahassee, commissioned Janu- 
ary 8, 1957, until January 3, 1961; resigned July 15, 1957. 

H. G. Cochran, Jr., commissioned July 15, 1957, until Jan- 
uary 3, 1961. 

FLORIDA COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND 

Dudley B. Rawls, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired November 
21, 1957; recommissioned September 24, 1958, until November 
21, 1961. 

Norman S. Stone, Tallahassee, term expired November 21, 
1957, and Claude Garland, Jr., Leesburg, commissioned Sep- 
tember 24, 1958, until November 21, 1961. 

William Catlin, Jacksonville, term expires April 14, 1959. 

Julius L. Gresham, Daytona Beach, term expires Novem- 
ber 18, 1959. 

E. B. Brant, St. Petersburg, term expires November 18, 
1959. 

STATE BUDGET DIRECTOR 

Harry G. Smith, Tallahasse, commissioned February 27, 
1953, during pleasure of the Governor. 

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN 
FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. Abney Cox, Princeton, term expired July 12, 1957, and 



72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Jefferson Davis, Homestead, commissioned July 9, 1957, until 
the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
December 9, 1957, until July 20, 1960. 

W. H. Hitt, West Palm Beach, term expired July 12, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 1, 1957, 
until July 12, 1960. 

Brian K. McCarty, Fort Pierce, term expires July 12, 1959. 

David G. Click, Clewiston, term expired July 11, 1958, and 
recommissioned until the next Senate. 

Clarence L. Thacker, Kissimmee, deceased, and Riley S. 
Miles, Kissimmee, commissioned June 2, 1958, until July 12, 
1958; recommissioned July 14, 1958, until next Senate. 

STATE CHEMIST 

J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee, term expired August 4, 1957, and 
Vincent E. Stewart, Tallahassee, commissioned January 2, 
1959, until August 4, 1961. 

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMIST 

Nails Berryman, Tallahassee, term expires September 7, 
1959. 

FLORIDA children's COMMISSION 

Ralph D. Newman, Tallahassee, term expired October 28, 
1958, and Harry B. Douglas, Jr., Tallahassee, was commis- 
sioned October 28, 1958, until October 28, 1962. 

Phil Opper, Orlando, term expired October 13, 1957, and 
Stephen C. Wright, M.D., Miami, commissioned October 23, 
1958, until October 13, 1961. 

Earl D. Simmons, Plant City, term expired September 11, 

1957, and Taylor Green, Sarasota, commissioned October 23, 

1958, until September 11, 1961. 

Mrs. T. A. Snow, Gainesville, term expired September 25, 
1958, and John L. Shay, Fort Myers, commissioned November 
7, 1958, until September 25, 1962. 

Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, Miami Beach, term expired Sep- 
tember 17, 1957; recommissioned November 3, 1958, until 
September 17, 1961. 

James W. Middleton, Valparaiso, term expired September 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 73 

16, 1957, and Patrick G. Emmanuel, Pensacola, commissioned 
October 23, 1958, until September 16, 1961. 

Mrs. Hamilton Hunt, Tampa, term expired September 17, 
1958; recommissioned October 23, 1958, until September 17, 
1962. 

Mrs. Carl Swisher, Jacksonville, deceased, and Mrs. Jack 
Pearce Ashmore, Sr., Graceville, commissioned October 28, 
1958, until October 6, 1961. 

Mrs. Ellen Whiteside, Coral Gables, term expired Septem- 
ber 24, 1958; recommissioned January 26, 1959, until Septem- 
ber 24, 1962. 

Mrs. J. L. McCaffrey, Miami, term expires January 20, 
1959; recommissioned January 30, 1959, until January 20, 1963. 

Dr. Hugh A. Carithers, Jacksonville, term expired April 1, 
1957; recommissioned September 17, 1957, until April 1, 1961. 

Arthur G. Dozier, Marianna, term expires September 8, 
1959. 

Margaret Bristol, Tallahassee, term expires September 15, 
1959. 

Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, Pensacola, term expires September 
9, 1959. 

Mrs. Irene L. Williams, St. Augustine, term expires No- 
vember 4, 1959. 

Jere L. Stambaugh, Sr., Auburndale, term expires Novem- 
ber 14, 1959. 

Jay C. Pridham, Palm Beach, term expires September 21, 
1959. 

Herbert D. Williams, St. Petersburg, term expires Febru- 
ary 20, 1960. 

Mrs. Clyde H. Johnson, Quincy, term expires February 20, 
1960. 

Edna S. Williams, Ormond Beach, term expires March 7, 
1960. 

DeForest LaVoy, Tampa, term expired September 25, 1958; 
recommissioned October 28, 1958, until September 25, 1962. 

STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS 

Heywood A. Dowling, Jacksonville, term expired January 
8, 1959, and recommissioned January 8, 1959, for four years. 



74 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Edward B. Hurd, Miami, term expired January 5, 1958; 
recommissioned January 29, 1958, until January 5, 1961. 

Scofield Lewy, Sarasota, term expired January 15, 1957, and 
Allan S. Horn, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 17, 
1957, until January 15, 1960. 

STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 

D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee, term expires July 7, 1959. 

Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville, term expired July 12, 1957; 
recommissioned July 25, 1957, until July 12, 1960. 

Dr. Edward M. Saunders, Fort Myers, term expired July 10, 
1958; recormnissioned July 29, 1958, until July 10, 1961. 

FLORIDA CITIZENS TAX COUNCIL 

State at Large 
Robert J. Pleus, Orlando, chairman; term expired June 30, 
1957. 

First Congressional District 
Herbert S. Massey, Dade City, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Second Congressional District 
D. H. Stynchcomb, Jacksonville, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Third Congressional District 
Harvey D. Mathis, Panama City, term expired June 30, 
1957. 

Fourth Congressional District 
C. L. Woods, Miami, resigned January 15, 1957, and Jesse 
H. Yarborough, Miami, commissioned January 24, 1957, until 
June 30, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
John L. Fahs, Leesburg, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Thelma R. Turner, Dania, resigned January 15, 1957, and 
Edward Lang, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 24, 
1957, until June 30, 1957. 

Seventh Congressional District 
Robert S. Baynard, Venice, term expired June 30, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 75 

Eighth Congressional District 
Alfred T. Airth, Live Oak, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Ex-Officio Members 
Robert E. Willis, Bradenton, School Board Member. 
Ellsworth G. Simmons, Ruskin, Member Board of County 
Commissioners. 

John B. White, Bartow, Tax Assessor. 

B. C. Pearce, Bartow, State Senator. 

Jas. S. Moody, Member House of Representatives. 

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION 

State at Large 

Bruce W. Skinner, Dunedin, grower-concentrator; term ex- 
pired May 31, 1958; recommissioned June 2, 1958, until May 
31, 1960. 

Herbert S. Massey, Dade City, grower-canner; term expired 
May 31, 1958; recommissioned June 9, 1958, until May 31, 
1960. 

Ross Bynum, Titusville, grower-shipper; term expired May 
31, 1958; recommissioned June 2, 1958, until May 31, 1960. 

J. Dan Wright, Jr., Sanford, grower-shipper; term expired 
May 31, 1957; recommissioned June 1, 1957, until May 31, 
1959. 

District One 
A. Vernon Saurman, Clearwater, grower; term expired May 
31, 1957; recommissioned June 1, 1957, until May 31, 1959. 

District Two 
Nash LeGette, Leesburg, grower; term expired May 31, 
1958; recommissioned June 2, 1958, until May 31, 1960. 

District Three 
Key Scales, Jr., Wiersdale, grower; term expired May 31, 
1957; recommissioned June 1, 1957, until May 31, 1959. 

District Four 
Frank Chase, Windermere, grower; term expired May 31, 
1958; recommissioned June 2, 1958, until May 31, 1960. 



76 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District Five 
J. R. Graves, Vero Beach, grower; term expired May 31, 
1957; recommissioned June 1, 1957, until May 31, 1959. 

District Six 
Herschell N. Sorrells, Arcadia, grower; term expired May 
31, 1958. W. Albert Carlton, Wauchula, grower; commissioned 
June 12, 1958, until May 31, 1960. 

District Seven 

Marvin H. Walker, Lake Wales, grower-canner; term ex- 
pired May 31, 1957, and recommissioned June 1, 1957, until 
May 31, 1959; resigned June 1, 1958. Herschell N. Sorrells, 
Aubumdale, grower-canner, commissioned June 2, 1958, until 
May 31, 1959. 

District Seven 

Thomas B. Swann, Winter Haven, grower; term expired 
May 31, 1959; resigned June 1, 1958. Herschell N. Sorrells, 
1959. 

STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION 

Director — Ernest C. Mitts, Tallahassee, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

FLORIDA COMMISSION ON CONSTITUTIONAL 

GOVERNMENT 

Chester Bedell, Jacksonville, commissioned September 9, 
1957, for four years. 

Cody Fowler, Tampa, commissioned September 17, 1957, 
for four years. 

Millard F. Caldwell, Tallahassee, commissioned September 
17, 1957, for four years. 

D. Fred McMuUen, Tallahassee, commissioned September 
13, 1957, for four years. 

Doyle E. Carlton, Tampa, commissioned September 23, 1957, 
for four years. 

STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 

State at Large 
S. Kendrick Guernsey, Jacksonville, term expires July 1, 
1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 77 

First Congressional District 

J. Lee Ballard, St. Petersburg, term expired July 1, 1957. 

Ed H. Price, Jr., Bradenton, commissioned July 24, 1957, 
until July 1, 1961; resigned Feb. 7, 1958. 

Joe K. Hays, Winter Haven, commissioned February 21, 
1958, until July 1, 1961. 

Second Congressional District 
Fred H. Kent, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1957, and 
Jacquelin J. Daniel, Jacksonville, commissioned July 17, 1957, 
until July 1, 1961. 

Third Congressional District 
James J. Love, Quincy, term expired July 1, 1959. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Hollis Rinehart, Miami, commissioned August 16, 1956, until 
July 1, 1960, suspended August 21, 1957, and William C. 
Gaither, Miami, commissioned November 4, 1957, during 
suspension. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Ralph L. Miller, Plymouth, term expired July 1, 1958; re- 
commissioned July 8, 1958, until July 1, 1962. 

Sixth Congressional District 
James D. Camp, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale, term expired July 1, 
1958; recommissioned July 2, 1958, until July 1, 1962. 

CRIPPLED children's COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 
Ed R. Bentley, Lakeland, term expires June 15, 1959. 

Second Congressional District 
Carter Hough, Jr., Jacksonville, term expires June 23, 1959. 

Third Congressional District 
Marguerite P. Drummond, Bonifay, term expired June 15, 
1957 recommissioned July 22, 1957 until June 15, 1961. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Jack Bell, Miami, term expired June 16, 1957; recommis- 
sioned October 2, 1957, until June 16, 1961. 



78 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifth Congressional District 
Fred Mathers, Orlando, term expires June 18, 1959. 

DEAD LAKES WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 

G. U. Parker, Blountstown, commissioned June 26, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

William H. Linton, Wewahitchka, commissioned July 3, 
1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

C. L. Anders, Blountstown, commissioned July 22, 1957, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Harry H. Saunders, Port St. Joe, commissioned August 8, 
1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

J. E. Pridgeon, Wewahitchka, commissioned August 9, 
1957, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS 

Willis F. Houghtling, State of New York, term expired 
September 30, 1958. 

Charles Maran, State of New York, term expires October 
28, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

Dr. Richard Chase, Orlando, term expired February 1, 1958, 
and Robert Thoburn, Daytona Beach, commissioned March 
21, 1958, until February 1, 1962. 

F. A. Finley, St. Petersburg, term expired February 1, 1959. 
Rupert H. Gillespie, West Palm Beach, commissioned February 
5, 1959, until February 1, 1963. 

Frank T. Scott, Jacksonville, term expired February 1, 1959. 

J. M. Pepper, Pensacola, term expired February 1, 1958; 
recommissioned March 25, 1958, until February 1, 1962. 

Dr. Robert B. Hughlett, Tampa, term expired February 1, 
1957, and C. J. Zimmerman, Fort Myers, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 5, 1957, until February 1, 1961. 

R. P. Taylor, Jr., Jacksonville, term expires February 1, 
1960. 

Dr. F. F. Farver, Miami Beach, term expires February 1, 
1960. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 79 

FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

State at Large 
J. Saxton Lloyd, Chairman, Daytona Beach, resigned Jan- 
uary 11, 1957, and Sam T. Dell, Jr., Gainesville, commissioned 
January 28, 1957, until July 8, 1957; recommissioned July 22, 
1957, until July 8, 1961. 

First Congressional District 
W. J. Clapp, St. Petersburg, term expires July 8, 1959. 

Second Congressioiial District 
Edward C. Roe, Jacksonville, term expires July 8, 1959. 

Third Congressional District 
A. Clifton Johnson, Pensacola, term expired July 8, 1957; 
recommissioned August 21, 1957, until July 8, 1961. 

Fourth Congressional District 
James R. Brumby, Miami, term expired July 20, 1957; re- 
commissioned July 24, 1957, until July 20, 1961; resigned June 
10, 1958, and R. B. "Bunn" Gautier, Jr., Miami, commissioned 
June 16, 1958, until July 20, 1961. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Alex M. Collins, Ocala, term expired July 8, 1957; recom- 
missioned July 5, 1957, until July 8, 1961. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Wiley R. Reynolds, Jr., Palm Beach, term expired July 22, 
1957; recommissioned August 2, 1957, until July 22, 1961. 

Seventh Congressional District 
Herman E. Turner, Bradenton, term expires July 8, 1959. 

Eighth Congressional District 
S. T. Dell, Jr., Gainesville, resigned January 11, 1957, and 
P. K. Honey, Foley, commissioned February 26, 1957, until 
July 8, 1959; resigned March 20, 1958, and G. A. Tougas, 
Foley, commissioned March 25, 1958, until July 8, 1959. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

William R. Wright, Miami, term expires July 1, 1960. 
Al B. Block, Tallahassee, term expires July 1, 1960. 



80 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Allen C. Grazier, St. Petersburg, term expires July 1, 1959. 

Lamar Sarra, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1957; re- 
commissioned July 8, 1957, until July 1, 1961. 

Albert W. Litschgi, Tampa, term expired July 1, 1958; re- 
commissioned August 22, 1958, until July 1, 1962. 

R. N. Dosh, Ocala, term expired July 1, 1958, recommis- 
sioned September 19, 1958 until July 1, 1962. 

Wilson Harris, Pensacola, term expired July 1, 1957; recom- 
missioned August 1, 1957, until July 1, 1961. 

FLORIDA EGG COMMISSION 

Frank W. Risher, Jacksonville, employee Department of 
Agriculture, commissioned August 13, 1957, for two years. 

L. F. Higginbotham, Dinsmore, poultryman, commissioned 
August 13, 1957, for two years. 

Sam Bush, New Port Richey, poultryman, commissioned 
August 13, 1957, for two years. 

A. G. (Lou) Mazourek, Brooksville, poultryman, commis- 
sioned August 20, 1957, for two years. 

Gilbert H. Moore, Fort Myers, poultryman, commissioned 
August 20, 1957, for two years. 

Harvey J. Pitts, Pensacola, poultryman, commissioned Au- 
gust 20, 1957, for two years. 

W. E. Eckler, Delray Beach, poultryman, commissioned Au- 
gust 19, 1957, for two years. 

Carl L. Binger, Bushnell, poultryman, commissioned August 
19, 1957, for two years; resigned October 15, 1957, and Frank 
See, Homestead, commissioned November 6, 1957, until Au- 
gust 19, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS 

J. A. Brewer, Lake City, term expired July 1, 1957; recom- 
missioned July 5, 1957, until July 1, 1961. 

Sam P. TumbuU, Dania, term expires July 1, 1959. 
Joseph Weil, Gainesville, term expires July 1, 1959. 
Oliver J. Semmes, Jr., Pensacola, term expires July 1, 1960. 
J. Wylly Keck, Miami, term expires July 1, 1960. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Broward County — Harry A. Earle, Ft. Lauderdale, term ex- 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 81 

pired August 16, 1957; confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned November 18, 1957, until August 16, 1959. 

Collier County — W. D. Roberts, Immokalee, term expired 
August 16, 1957; confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
November 25, 1957, until August 16, 1959. 

Dade County — A. E. Deville, Miami, commissioned August 
1, 1957, until October 2, 1957; confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned November 4, 1957, until October 2, 1959. 

Glades County — R. Wendell Click, Moore Haven, commis- 
sioned August 5, 1957, until the next Senate; confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned November 1, 1957, until Feb- 
ruary 9, 1958; recommissioned February 28, 1958, until next 
Senate. 

Hendry County — G. E. Etherton, commissioned August 7, 
1957, until August 15, 1957; confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned December 9, 1957, until August 15, 1959, 

Highlands County — R. J. Hargrove, Venus, commissioned 
August 12, 1957, until the next Senate; confirmed by the Sen- 
ate and commissioned November 15, 1957, until August 7, 
1959. 

Martin County — James M. Myers, Jr., Indiantown, commis- 
sioned August 19, 1957, until the next Senate; confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned November 9, 1957, until Au- 
gust 7, 1959. 

Okeechobee County — R. A. Burgess, Okeechobee, commis- 
missioned August 8, 1957, until the next Senate. 

Palm Beach County — J. L. Murphy, Belle Glade, commis- 
missioned August 2, 1957, until August 15, 1957; confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned December 9, 1957, until 
August 15, 1959. 

St. Lucie County — O. G. Nanney, Fort Pierce, commissioned 
August 9, 1957, until the next Senate. 

FLORIDA STATE FIRE COLLEGE 

J. H. Witherspoon, West Palm Beach, term expired October 
4, 1958; recommissioned October 10, 1958, until October 4, 
1962. 



82 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

T. B. Sexton, Ocala, term expires September 28, 1959. 
Claude Wright, Pensacola, term expires September 27, 1960. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL 
AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

John M. Tapers, Tallahassee, commissioned July 9, 1957, 
for one year; recommissioned December 22, 1958, until July 
9, 1962. 

Ernest M. Menendez, Tallahassee, commissioned July 11, 
1957, for two years. 

Harold D. Mendelson, Tallahassee, commissioned July 8, 
1957, for three years. 

J. H. Pound, Tallahassee, commissioned July 11, 1957, for 
four years. 

Edwin M. Clark, Tallahassee, commissioned July 10, 1957, 
for four years. 

BOARD OF FORESTRY 

Leonard P. Gibson, Perry, term expired September 5, 1957, 
and John Y. Humphress, Tallahassee, commissioned for term 
of four years from September 5, 1957. 

M. D. Andrews, Chiefland, deceased, and R. L. Henderson, 
Gainesville, commissioned June 9, 1958, until October 1, 1958. 

Norman A. Herren, Everglades, term expires September 26, 
1959. 

Frank M. Parker, Panama City, term expires September 
17, 1959. 

Marcus G. Rawls, Jacksonville, term expires August 24, 
1960. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY SPECIAL OFFICERS 

Joseph P. Schuck, Tallahassee, term during pleasure of 
Governor. 

Roy V. Huchingson, Lakeland, deceased. 

Raymond R. Murphy, Lakeland, term during pleasure of 
Governor. 

William Howard Roche, Panama City, term during pleasure 
of Governor. 

John D. Bland, Ocala, term during pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 83 

William C. Gilbert, Panama City, term during pleasure of 
Governor. 

Ernest Eubanks, Lake City, term during pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

Frank E. Jackson, Tallahassee, term during pleasure of 
Governor. 

J. E. DeReus, Tallahassee, term during pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

Ben Howell, Lake City, term during pleasure of Governor. 

Bill D. Clark, Ocala, term during pleasure of Governor. 

R. C. Smith, Tallahassee, term during pleasure of Governor. 

STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 

State at Large 
Jack J. Combs, Sr., Miami, term expired July 17, 1957, and 
J. A. Culley, Tallahassee, commissioned July 18, 1957, until 
next Senate; confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
October 14, 1957, until July 17, 1961. 

District One 
J. Orrie Blackburn, Sr., Chipley, term expired July 23, 
1957; recommissioned July 24, 1957, until the next Senate; 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned October 15, 
1957, until July 23, 1961. 

District Two 
R. M. Naugle, Jacksonville, term expired July 18, 1958; re- 
commissioned September 17, 1958, until the next Senate. 

District Three 
Edward C. Grissom, Jr., Kissimmee, term expires July 17, 
1959. 

District Four 
C. Rowland Shannon, Bradenton, term expires July 25, 
1960. 

District Five 
C. E. Cox, Vero Beach, term expires July 22, 1960. 



84 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 
T. C. Hart, Wauchula, term expired January 6, 1958; T. 
Paine Kelly, Jr., Tampa, commissioned April 3, 1958, until 
the next Senate. 

Second Congressional District 
R. G. Granger, Lake City, term expires January 4, 1961. 

Third Congressional District 

Forace F. Holland, Panama City, termed expired January 
6, 1957; recommissioned January 17, 1957, until the next 
Senate. 

Julian R. Alford, Tallahassee, commissioned April 4, 1958, 
until the next Senate. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Dr. James W. Cosper, Jr., Homestead, term expires January 
5, 1960. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Don Southwell, Ormond Beach, term expired January 5, 
1959. 

GULF STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 

V. E. Merritt, Tarpon Springs, term expired January 5, 
1959; recommissioned until next Senate. 

STATE HEALTH OFFICER 

Wilson T. Sowder, Jacksonville, term expired September 
11, 1957; recommissioned September 11, 1957, for four years. 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 

Herbert L. Bryans, Pensacola, Medical Doctor Member, 
term expired June 7, 1957, and John D. Milton, Miami, com- 
missioned July 10, 1957, until June 7, 1961. 

Carl C. Mendoza, Jacksonville, Medical Doctor Member, 
term expired June 7, 1957, and Sullivan G. Bedell, Jackson- 
ville, commissioned July 17, 1957, until June 7, 1961. 

T. M. Cumbie, Quincy, Pharmacist Member, term expired 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 85 

June 7, 1957; recommissioned July 23, 1957, until June 7, 
1961. 

F. P. Meyer, Sr., St. Petersburg, Dentist Member, term ex- 
pires November 14, 1959. 

Charles J. Collins, Orlando, Medical Doctor Member, term 
expires November 12, 1959. 

STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL TO THE STATE 
BOARD OF HEALTH 

Geo. E. Engelhard, Leesburg, commissioned December 6, 
1957, until January 3, 1961. 

W. C. Payne, Sr., M.D., Pensacola, commissioned December 
4, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

Dodd Pace, Tallahassee, commissioned December 4, 1957, 
until January 3, 1961. 

J. W. Annis, M.D., Lakeland, commissioned December 2, 
1957, until January 3, 1961. 

Richard C. Cumming, M.D., Ocala, commissioned Decem- 
ber 16, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

Leonard A. Wein, Miami Beach, commissioned December 
30, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

ADVISORY HOSPITAL COUNCIL TO THE STATE 
BOARD OF HEALTH 

Autha W. Forehand, Tallahassee, commissioned November 
27, 1957, for one year; recommissioned January 7, 1959, until 
November 27, 1962. 

James H. Sweeney, Jr., DeLand, commissioned December 
2, 1957, for two years. 

John F. Wymer, Jr., West Palm Beach, commissioned De- 
cember 2, 1957, for three years. 

Raymond H. King, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
6, 1957, for three years. 

Robert B. Eleazer, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned Decem- 
ber 4, 1957, for four years. 

W. W. Richardson, Graceville, commissioned December 12, 
1957, for four years. 

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT COMMISSIONER 

Richard Edgerton, Tallahassee, commissioned January 8, 



86 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

1957, for four years, resigned July 1, 1957. Robert Kloeppel, 
Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned July 1, 1957, until January 3, 
1961, resigned October 25, 1957. Richard Edgerton commis- 
sioned October 26, 1957, until January 3, 1961. 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

James T. Vocelle, Chairman, Tallahassee. 

Commissioned January 10, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

Walter L. Lightsey, Tallahassee, Member, Employee Repre- 
sentative, commissioned January 11, 1957 until January 3, 
1961. 

M. F. Pafford, Tallahassee, member, employer representa- 
tive, commissioned January 21, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 
STATE APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL 

(Employer) Alexander Blann, Tampa, representing Build- 
ing and Construction Industry, commissioned February 6, 
1957 until January 3, 1961. 

(Employee) C. G. Dedmon, Jacksonville, representing Build- 
ing and Construction Industry, commissioned February 5, 1957 
until Januarj'^ 3, 1961. 

(Em.ployer) Ralph O. Norsworthy, Miami, representing Air- 
craft Industry, commissioned March 6, 1957 until January 3, 
1961. 

(Employee) Russell P. Egan, Miami Springs, representing 
Aircraft Industry, commissioned March 14, 1957 until January 
3, 1961. 

(Employer) Earl Sellers, Chipley, representing Printing In- 
dustry, commissioned March 14, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

(Em,ployee) Jack S. Booth, Tallahassee, representing Print- 
ing Industry conmiissioned February 28, 1957 until January 
3, 1961. 

(Employer) H. Wayne Smith, Pensacola, representing Metal 
Trades and Shipyards, commissioned February 22, 1957 until 
January 3, 1961. 

(Em,ployee) James Hurd, West Palm Beach, representing 
Metal Trades and Shipyards, commissioned February 22, 1957 
until January 3, 1961. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 87 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 
BREVARD COUNTY 

W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie, term expired January 6, 1959. 

BROV^ARD COUNTY 

R. T. Spangler, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 8, 
1957 until January 3, 1961. 

DADE COUNTY 

J. A. Guyton, Miami, term expired January 6, 1959. 
George M. Wilson, Coral Gables, commissioned January 6, 
1959 for 4 years. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

D. Byron King, Jacksonville, term expired January 6, 1959, 
recommissioned for four year term. 

FLAGLER COUNTY 

O. F. Alford, Bunnell, term expired January 6, 1959, recom- 
missioned for four year term. 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 

C. B. Johnson, Vero Beach, commissioned January 8, 1957 
until January 3, 1961. 

MARTIN COUNTY 

Stanley Kitching, Stuart, Commissioned January 8, 1957, 
until January 3, 1961, resigned and Charles H. Williams, 
Salerno, commissioned November 14, 1957 until January 3, 
1961, resigned and Harry C. Beckman, Stuart, commissioned 
October 10, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach, term expired 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

ST. JOHNS COUNTY 

Milton E. Bacon, St. Augustine, commissioned January 8, 
1957 until January 3, 1961. 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

James J. Barnes, Jensen Beach, term expired January 6, 
1959, recommissioned for four year term. 



UJJ REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

VOLUSIA COUNTY 

U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

INTER-AMERICAN CENTER AUTHORITY 

James Sottile, Sr., Miami, term expired May 15, 1957, and 
Otis W. Shiver, Miami, commissioned July 29, 1957 until May 
15, 1961. 

A. J. Grimaldi, Tampa, term expired May 15, 1957, recom- 
misssioned May 23, 1957 until May 15, 1961, resigned October 
21, 1958 and Frank Smathers, Jr., Miami Beach, commissioned 
November 3, 1958 until May 15, 1961. 

P. J. Serralles, Miami, resigned July 18, 1957 and James W. 
High, Miami, commissioned July 29, 1957 until May 15, 1958. 

William C. Lantaff, Miami, term expired May 15, 1958, re- 
commissioned October 16, 1958 until May 15, 1962. 

William D. Pawley, Miami Beach, term expires May 15, 1959. 

Charles S. Ausley, Tallahassee, term expired May 15, 1957 
and Irving E. Muskat, Miami, commissioned October 9, 1958 
until May 15, 1961, 

C. W. Smith, Pensacola, resigned October 2, 1958 and J. N. 
McArthur, Miami, commissioned October 9, 1958 until May 
15, 1959. 

D. Lee Powell, Miami Beach, term expired May 15, 1960. 
J. Brailey Odham, Sanford, resigned July 30, 1957 and David 

W. Walters, Miami, commissioned September 23, 1957 until 
May 15, 1959. 

W. H. Walker, Miami, term expires May 15, 1960. 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF FLORIDA 

Ex-Offlcio MeTuhers 

Elwyn Thomas, Justice of the Supreme Court, resigned Jan- 
uary 30, 1957 and Stephen C. O'Connell, appointed for term 
ending July 23, 1959. 

Richard Ervin, Attorney General, term expired July 23, 
1957, reappointed for term ending July 23, 1960. 

L. L. Parks, Tampa, Circuit Judge, term expires July 23, 
1959. 

Robert L. McCrary, Marianna, County Judge, term expires 
July 23, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 89 

Laymen 

Max Paul, Miami Beach, term expired July 27, 1957 and 
Mrs. Carolyn Hemly Godley, Miami, commissioned September 
19, 1957 until July 27, 1960. 

Marion T. Gaines, Pensacola, term expired July 29, 1958 and 
recommissioned September 24, 1958 until July 29, 1961. 

Charles J. Simonin, West Palm Beach, term expired July 29, 
1958 and Reuben H. Reid, Lake Worth, commissioned Septem- 
ber 24, 1958 until July 29, 1961. 

J. Wilbur James, Panama City, term expired July 31, 1957, 
recommissioned March 5, 1958 until July 31, 1980, resigned 
September 18, 1958. A. D. Davis, Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 3, 1958 until July 31, 1960, resigned November 24, 1958 
and W. A. Shands, Gainesville, commissioned December 3, 
1958 until July 31, 1960. 

Ralph Nicholson, Tallahassee, term expired September 28, 
1958, recommissioned October 14, 1958 until September 28, 
1961. 

Robert O. Lodmell, Lake Wales, term expired July 31, 1958, 
recommissioned October 9, 1958 until July 31, 1961. 

Herbert Bayer, Jacksonville, term expired August 10, 1958, 
recommissioned September 24, 1958 until August 10, 1961. 

Allen Morris, Tallahassee, term expired August 3, 1957; re- 
commissioned September 16, 1957 until August 3, 1960. 

Walter Caldwell, Auburndale, term expired July 29, 1957, 
recommissioned September 17, 1957 until July 29, 1960. 

MEMBERS OF THE BAR 

E. Dixie Beggs, Pensacola, term expired July 29, 1958, re- 
commissioned September 24, 1958 until July 29, 1961. 

Richard J. Gardner, Quincy, term expires July 29, 1959. 

Perry Nichols, Miami, resigned November 14, 1958 and Wil- 
liam P. Simmons, Jr., Miami commissioned November 24, 1958 
until July 29, 1959. 

Wm. A. McRae, Jr., Bartow, term expires July 31, 1959. 

FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT COMMISSION 

William M. Arnold, Key West, commissioned July 14, 1958 
until July 1, 1962. 



90 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Ray A. Schoneck, Key West, commissioned July 8, 1958 until 
July 1, 1962. 

Joseph R. Sirugo, Key West, commissioned July 8, 1958 
until July 1, 1962. 

M. E. Rosam, II, Key West, commissioned July 9, 1958 
until July 1, 1962. 

Allan Parrish, Key West, commissioned July 8, 1958 until 
July 1, 1962. 

STATE LIBRARY BOARD 

Mary P. Smith, Brooksville, term expired March 17, 1957, 
and Louis Capron, West Palm Beach commissioned March 27 
1957 until March 17, 1961. 

Thomas Dreier, St. Petersburg, term expired March 29, 1958, 
recommissioned April 29, 1958 until March 29, 1962. 

Inger J. Farrington, Miami, term expired September 5, 1957, 
recommissioned September 18, 1957 until September 5, 1961. 

FLORIDA LIVESTOCK BOARD 

State at Large 
J. B. Starkey, Largo, term expired June 7, 1957, confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned June 20, 1957 until June 7, 
1961. 

First Congressional District 
Dwight L. Crum, Plant City, term expired January 8, 1957, 
reconmiissioned February 28, 1957 until the next Senate con- 
firmed by the Senate and commissioned October 7, 1957 until 
January 3, 1961. 

Second Congressional District 
W. A. Belote, Mandarin, term expired January 8, 1957, re- 
commissioned February 22, 1957 until the next senate, E. F. 
Aiken, Keystone Heights, commissioned September 19, 1957 
until the next senate, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned December 19, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

Third Congressional District 
Wilmer Bassett, Monticello, resigned July 30, 1957. M. A. 
Schack, Marianna, commissioned August 19, 1957 until the 
next senate, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned Oc- 
tober 28, 1957 until June 7, 1961. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 91 

Fourth Congressional District 

R. L. Dressel, Miami, term expired January 8, 1957, recom- 
missioned March 1, 1957 until the next Senate confirmed by 
the Senate and commissioned July 31, 1957 until January 3, 
1961. 

Fifth Congressional District 

Henry O. Partin, Kissimmee, term expired January 8, 1957, 
recommissioned February 18, 1957 until the next senate con- 
firmed by the Senate and commissioned June 26, 1957 until 
January 3, 1961. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Ernest Van Landingham, Belle Glade, term expired June 7, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 5, 1957 
until June 7, 1961. 

Seventh Congressional District 
Roscoe Bass, Avon Park, term expired June 7, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and commissioned December 3, 1958 
until June 7, 1961. 

Eighth Congressional District 
Carl Zillman, Earleton, term expired January 8, 1957, re- 
commissioned March 14, 1957 until next Senate confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned July 5, 1957 until January 3, 
1961. 

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER 

L. Neill Rhodes, Jacksonville, term expired June 6, 1958 
recommissioned June 9, 1958 until June 6, 1960. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF MASSAGE 

Alvin H. Drake, Tallahassee, term expired August 20, 1957 
and William A. Reger, Orlando, commissioned August 20, 1957 
for three years. 

Agnes P. Snedeker, St. Petersburg, term expired August 21, 
1958 recommissioned October 9, 1958 until August 21, 1961. 

Edith Dearborn, Miami, term expires September 2, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Ralph B. Spires, DeFuniak Springs, term expired July 5, 
1957, recommissioned July 22, 1957 until July 5, 1961. 



92 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Andrew G. Brown, Miami, term expired July 21, 1957, and 
Robert T. Spicer, Miami, commissioned July 22, 1957 until 
July 21, 1961. 

A. H. Lisenby, Panama City, term expired July 13, 1958 and 
S. Carnes Harvard, Brooksville, commissioned October 8, 1958 
until July 13, 1962. 

Sidney Stillman, Jacksonville, term expired July 5, 1957, 
recommissioned July 24, 1957 until July 5, 1961. 

George S. Palmer, Tallahassee, term expires July 5, 1959. 

Morris B. Seltzer, Daytona Beach, term expires July 5, 1959. 

Dr. Frank D. Gray, Orlando, term expires July 5, 1959. 

Madison R. Pope, Plant City, term expires July 5, 1960. 

Homer L. Pearson, Miami, term expires July 4, 1960. 

E. B. Hardee, Vero Beach, teim expires July 5, 1960. 

COUNCIL ON MENTAL HEALTH IN FLORIDA 

Coyle E. Moore, Tallahassee, term expired August 11, 1957, 
recommissioned February 25, 1958 until August 11, 1961. 

J. T. Benbow, Chattahoochee, term expires August 12, 1959. 

Mrs. Anne S. Gautier, New Smyrna Beach, term expired 
August 15, 1958, recommissioned November 3, 1958 until Au- 
gust 15, 1962. 

Sullivan G. Bedell, Jacksonville, resigned July 5, 1957 and 
William M. C. Wilhoit, Pensacola commissioned February 14, 
1958 until August 19, 1959. 

Loyal Frisbie, Bartow, term expired August 19, 1958, re- 
commissioned October 16, 1958 until August 19, 1962. 

Wilham S. Frates, Miami, term expires August 24, 1959. 

The Rev. Robert McCloskey, Jacksonville, term expired 
August 23, 1957, recommissioned February 20, 1958 until 
August 23, 1961. 

Robert W. Kleemeier, Orange Park, term expired August 31, 
1957; and Melvin P. Reid, Jacskonville, commissioned March 
4, 1958 until August 31, 1961. 

Gwendolyn B. Rogers, Pensacola, term expires September 
7, 1960. 

Victor B. Johnson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 1, 
1957 until August 15, 1958, recommissioned October 10, 1958 
until August 15, 1962. 

Sonia L. King, Miami, term expires August 19, 1960. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 93 

MILITARY OFFICERS 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Mark W. Lance, St. Augustine, commissioned June 3, 1949 
during pleasure of the Governor. 

BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THE LINE 48tH INFANTRY 

Maxwell Cook Snyder, Jacksonville, commissioned June 12, 
1953 during pleasure of the Governor. 

BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THE LINE 51ST INFANTRY 

Henry William McMullen, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
June 8, 1953 during pleasure of the Governor. 

MILITARY RESERVE LIAISON OFFICER IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
WITH THE RANK OF BRIGADIER GENERAL 

Rainey Cawthon, Tallahassee, commissioned January 14, 
1959 until first Monday after first Tuesday in January, 1961. 

MILK COMMISSION 
ADMINISTRATOR 

L. K. Nicholas, Jr., Jacksonville, term expired May 31, 1957 
Dexter Lowry, Tallahassee, commissioned August 7, 1957 until 
May 31, 1961; resigned July 15, 1958 and Howard D. Walton, 
Tallahassee commissioned July 15, 1958 until May 31, 1961. 

H. G. Cochran, Jr., Lake City, (Consumer) commissioned 
August 3, 1956 until May 31, 1960, resigned July 1, 1957. Jack- 
son Logan, Tampa commissioned August 13, 1957 until May 
31, 1960. 

Dexter Lowry, Tallahassee, (Consumer) commissioned 
August 2, 1956 until July 22, 1960, resigned July 30, 1957, and 
J. Brailey Odham, Sanford, commissioned August 13, 1957 
until July 22, 1960. 

Howard D. Walton, Miami, (Consumer) commissioned Sep- 
tember 17, 1956 until July 27, 1960, resigned July 15, 1958. 
Mrs. Charlotte B. Tomlinson, Lake Wales commissioned Au- 
gust 7, 1958 until July 27, 1960. 

Fred B. Ragland, Jacksonville, Board of Health Member, re- 
signed August 12, 1957 and Robert G. Carter, Jacksonville 
commissioned August 13, 1957 until December 13, 1958, re- 
commissioned December 18, 1958 until December 13, 1962. 

Alex B. Shaw, Gainesville, Department of Agriculture 



94 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Member, term expired May 30, 1957, recommissioned Septem- 
ber 27, 1957 until May 30, 1961. 

Wilbur J. Casey, Largo, Dairy Farmer, term expired July 20, 
1958 and James A. Acree, Jacskonville, commissioned October 
22, 1958 until July 20, 1962. 

Henry Schneider, Eustis, Distributor, term expired May 30, 
1957 and W. W. Bassett, Jr., Monticello, commissioned Sep- 
tember 5, 1957 until May 30, 1961. 

STATE MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION 

Mrs. Ina S. Thompson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 
8, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS 

Julio Gavilla, Tampa, term expired July 16, 1957. 

Watson A. Walden, Fort Myers, term expired July 15, 1958. 

C. H. Damsel, Apopka, term expires July 15, 1959. 

NORTHWEST FLORIDA REGIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Forace F. Holland, Panama City, appointed September 4, 
1957 for term ending May 8, 1961. 

Oren Clements, Blountstown, appointed September 4, 1957 
for a term ending May 8, 1961. 

E. G. Kerby, Cross City, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
term ending June 11, 1961. 

Wilson Harris, Pensacola, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
a term ending May 8, 1961. 

J, J. Nichols, Apalachicola, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
a term ending May 8, 1961. 

M. William Miller, Havana, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
term ending May 26, 1961. 

Robert Bellows, Jr., Port St. Joe, appointed September 4, 
1957 for a tenn ending May 8, 1961. 

Eugene C. Lang, Jasper, appointed September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending June 11, 1961. 

George E. Howell, Bonifay, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
a term ending May 8, 1961. 

Charles O. Reiff, Marianna, appointed September 4, 1957 
for a term ending May 8, 1961, resigned October 27, 1958 and 
Edgar B. Liddon, Sneads, commissioned Nov. 3, 1958 until 
May 8, 1961. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 95 

J. B. Keen, Monticello, appointed September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending May 8, 1961. 

E. B. Williams, Mayo, appointed September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending June 11, 1961. 

W. H. Wilson, Tallahassee, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
a term ending May 8, 1961. 

H. E. Foster, Bristol, appointed September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending May 8, 1961. 

E. W. Handley, Greenville, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
a term ending June 11, 1961, resigned May 6, 1958 and V. M. 
Folsom, Madison, commissioned November 7, 1958 for a term 
ending June 11, 1961. 

B. D. Teel, Crestview, appointed September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending May 8, 1961. 

John C. Malone, Jr., Milton, appointed September 4, 1957 
for a term ending May 8, 1961. 

J. F. Sheffield, Perry, appointed September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending June 11, 1961, resigned September 4, 1958 and 
W. H. Huxford, Perry, commissioned November 3, 1958 until 
June 11, 1961. 

E. C. Roberts, St. Marks, appointed September 4, 1957 for 
a term ending May 8, 1961, moved from the County and C. L. 
Rehwinkel, Crawfordville, commissioned November 20, 1958 
until May 8, 1961. 

Fred M. Baker, DeFuniak Springs, September 4, 1957 for a 
term ending May 8, 1961. 

Walker H. Hughen, Chipley, commissioned September 4, 
1957 for a term ending May 8, 1961. 

FLORIDA NUCLEAR DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

R. Y. Patterson, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned August 5, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 

George Kinsman, Miami, Commissioned August 5, 1957 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

George W. Campbell, Jacksonville, commissioned August 5, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

J. Velma Keen, Tallahassee (Chairman) Commisioned Au- 
gust 2, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1961. 



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Charles A. Rovetta, Tallahassee, Commissioned August 8, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Floyd B. Bowen, Bartow, commissioned August 9, 1957 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

Fred G. Gronemeyer, Pensacola, commissioned August 13, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

George T. Harrell, Jr., Gainesville, commissioned August 26, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

George K. Davis, Gainesville, commissioned August 23, 1957 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1961. 

FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF NURSING 

Jewel Laramore, Panama City, Licensed Practical Nurse, 
term expired November 21, 1956, recomimssioned January 21, 
1957 until November 21, 1960. 

Thelma Beck, Daytona Beach, Licensed Practical Nurse, term 
expired September 4, 1957 recommissioned September 5, 1957 
until September 4, 1961. 

Mrs. Irene F. Workman, Pensacola, Registered Nurse, term 
expired August 20, 1957 recommissioned September 3, 1957 
until August 20, 1961. 

Hazel M. Peeples, Jacksonville, Registered Nurse, term ex- 
pired August 21, 1957 recommissioned September 5, 1957 until 
August 21, 1961. 

Feme Wilden Britt, Jacksonville, Registered Nurse, term 
expired September 9, 1957. Virginia Albaugh, Orlando, com- 
missioned September 25, 1957 until September 9, 1961. 

Timoxena Sloan, Miami, Registered Nurse, term expires 
November 17, 1960. 

Orpha Russell, Tallahassee, Registered Nurse, term expires 
November 10, 1960. 

OKLAWAHA BASIN RECREATION AND WATER 
CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

Floyd W. Harrison, Clermont, term expires July 13, 1959. 

Charles Joseph Knowles, Leesburg, term expires July 13, 
1960. 

E. J. Burrell, Eustis, term expired July 13, 1957, confirmed 
by the senate and recommissioned for four years. 



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STATE BOARD OF DISPENSING OPTICIANS 

Bennie A. Barberi, Pensacola, term expired November 2, 
1957, and C. C. Kuhl, Coral Gables, commissioned January 
29, 1958 until November 2, 1961. 

William P. Davis, Tampa, term expired November 2, 1957 
and recommissioned January 14, 1958 until November 2, 1961. 

Lindsey L. Beckum, Gainesville, term expired November 14, 
1958. 

Kenneth M. Dowdy, St. Petersburg, term expires November 
3, 1959. 

J. H. Abernathy, Jacksonville, term expires November 4, 
1960. 

STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRY 

C. F. McClamma, Miami, term expired May 5, 1957 and Mar- 
shall Wright, Coral Gables, commissioned June 25, 1957 until 
May 5, 1961. 

S. B. Schumacher, Jacksonville, term expired May 29, 1957 
and W. Judd Chapman, Tallahassee, commissioned June 24, 
1957 until May 29, 1961. 

J. M. Morqus, Arcadia, term expired May 29, 1958 and Wil- 
liam H. Wood, Jacksonville, commissioned July 14, 1958 until 
May 29, 1962. 

Albert H. Rodriguez, Tampa, term expired June 12, 1959. 

A. C. Wilhelm, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, term expires July 2, 1960. 

STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

W. S. Horn, Palmetto, term expired July 29, 1957, recom- 
missioned August 26, 1957 until July 29, 1960. 

M. C. Becker, Winter Haven, term expired July 29, 1957 
and Dominic Raffa, Tampa commissioned September 9, 1957 
until July 29, 1960. 

R. Philip Coker, Panama City, resigned March 19, 1957 and 
Louis J. Larmoyeux, Jacksonville, commissioned March 25, 
1957 until August 11, 1958, recommissioned October 22, 1958 
until August 11, 1961. 

Eugene J. Edelman, Miami, term expired August 20, 1958, 
and Daniel J. Harkins, Miami, commissioned October 22, 1958 
until August 20, 1961. 

Edmund Flynn, Tallahassee, term expired August 25, 1959. 



98 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Thomas J. Sheffer, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 
31, 1957 until August 16, 1959. 

OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

Sam E. Harris, Key West, term expired July 6, 1957. 
Anthony DeMerritt, Key West, term expired July 8, 1957. 
Enrique Esquinaldo, Sr., Key West, term expired July 13, 
1957. 

Vicente Molina, Key West, term expired July 6, 1957. 
Joseph Cleare, Key West, term expired June 13, 1957. 
Hilaro Ramos, Key West, term expired July 6, 1957. 
Carl Bervaldi, Key West, term expired June 6, 1957. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF PARKS & HISTORIC MEMORIALS 

Region No. 1 
Howard Odom, Marianna, term expired July 12, 1958, re- 
commissioned July 24, 1958 until the next senate. 

Rcjio7i No. 2 
Frank D. Upchurch, S*. Augustine, term expires July 12, 
1960. 

Region No. 3 
Isabella R. Jones, Sarasota, term expired July 12, 1957 and 
John Fite Robertson, Sarasota, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned October 14, 1957 until July 12, 1961. 

Region No. 4 
Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Winter Park, term expires July 12, 
1959. 

Region No. 5 
John D. Pennekamp, Miami, term expired July 12, 1958 
recommissioned July 28, 1958 until next senate. 

STATE PAROLE COMMISSION 

Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, term expired October 7, 
1957 confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned for a term 
of six years from October 7, 1957. 

Francis Rhett Bridges, Jr., Tallahassee, term expires October 
6, 1959. 

Joseph Young Cheney, Tallahassee, Term expires October 7, 
1961. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 99 

FLORIDA BOARD OF PHARMACY 

Dr. Steve Simmons, Starke, termi expired December 31, 
1957; and Walter Griffin. Jacksonville, commissioned January 
22, 1958 until December 31, 1961. 

W. H. Blackwell, St. Petersburg, term expired December 31, 
1957 and Eric E. Cox, Tampa, commissioned January 23, 1958 
until December 31, 1961. 

F. A. Canova, Gainesville, term expired December 31, 1958 
and recommissioned, January 6, 1959 until December 31, 1962. 

Don S. Evans, Orlando, term expires December 31, 1959. 

John Stadnik, Miami Springs, term expires December 31, 
1960. 

FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PSYCHOLOGY 

Richard W. Husband, Tallahassee, commissioned July 11, 
1957 for three years. 

Thelma Voorhis, St. Petersburg, commissioned July 15, 1957 
for one year, and Ralph Mason Dreger, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned September 19, 1958 until July 15, 1961. 

James C. Dixon, Gainesville, Commissioned July 17, 1957 
for one year and Daniel W .Soper, Gainesville, commissioned 
September 17, 1958 until July 17, 1961. 

Syvil Marquit, Miami, Commissioned July 15, 1957 for two 
years. 

James J. Kirkpatrick, Tampa, commissioned July 23, 1957 
for two years. 

governor's ADVISORY COMMISSION ON RACE RELATIONS 

L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola, commissioned September 9, 1957 
during pleasure of the Governor. 

Doak S. Campbell, Tallahassee, commissioned September 9, 
1957 during pleasure of the Governor. 

J. R. E. Lee, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned September 13, 
1957 during pleasure of the Governor. 

Mr. Luther Mershon, Miami, commissioned September 18, 
1957 during pleasure of the Governor. 

J. Lewis Hall, Tallahassee, commissioned September 12, 1957 
during pleasure of the Governor. 



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STATE RACING COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 
Warren H. Toole, Jr., Tampa, commisioned January 17, 1957 
until next senate, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
May 24, 1957 until first Monday in January, 1959, recommis- 
sioned January 5, 1959 until the next Senate. 

Second Congressional District 

Clarence H. Ratlifi, Live Oak, commissioned January 17, 
1957 until next senate, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 17, 1957 until first Monday in January, 1959, re- 
signed November 7, 1957. 

Roger J. Waybright, Jacksonville, commissioned November 
15, 1957 until first Monday in January, 1959, recommissioned 
January 5, 1959 until the next senate. 

Third Congressional District 
J. D. Johnson. Pensacola, commissioned January 22, 1957 
until the next senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned May 23, 1957 until the first Monday in January, 1959, 
recommissioned December 31, 1958 until next senate. 

Fourth Congressional District 
John R. Ring, Miami, commissioned January 17, 1957 until 
next Senate, confirmed by Senate and recommissioned May 27, 
1957 until first Monday in January 1959, recommissioned Janu- 
ary 5, 1959 until next Senate. 

Fifth Congressional District 
C. Sweet Smith, Jr., Cocoa, commissioned January 9, 1957 
until next Senate; confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
June 6, 1957 until first Monday in January 1959; recommis- 
sioned January 5, 1959 until next Senate. 

RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee, Commissioned January 4, 1955 
for four years, recommissioned January 6, 1959 for four years. 

Wilbur C. King, Zolfo Springs, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for four years, recommissioned January 6, 1959 for four 
years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 101 

Alan S. Boyd, Miami, commissioned January 8, 1957 for four 
years. 

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

H. M. Jernigan, Fort Pierce, term expires July 27, 1959. 

Walter S. Hardin, Bradenton, term expired July 26, 1958 
and James R. Boring, Tampa, commissioned September 24, 
1958 until July 26, 1961. 

Morrison I. Taylor, Jacksonville, term expired July 27, 1957 
and Robert T. Brinkley, Tallahassee, commissioned July 27, 
1957 for four years. 

STATE ROAD BOARD 

First District 
Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater, commissioned January 8, 1957 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned June 3, 1957 until First Tuesday after first Monday in 
January A.D., 1961. 

Second District 
Earl P. Powers, Gainesville, Commissioned January 8, 1957 
until next Senate, Confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned May 27, 1957 until First Tuesday after first Monday in 
January A.D., 1961. 

Third District 
Richard H. Simpson, Monticello, Commissioned January 8, 

1957 until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned May 30, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January 1961, resigned July 1, 1957. 

James E. Nelson, Jr., Pensacola, commissioned July 5, 1957 
until next senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
November 8, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January, 1961, resigned June 19, 1958. 

Joe Grotegut, Tallahassee, Chairman, commissioned June 19, 

1958 until next senate. 

Fourth District 
Wilbur E. Jones, Tallahassee, Commissioned January 8, 1957 
until next senate; confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
May 29, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Janu- 
ary, 1961, resigned June 19, 1958. 



102 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Wm. D. Singer, Miami, commissioned June 19, 1958 until 
next senate. 

Fifth District 

William H. Dial, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 1957 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
May 27, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1961, resigned May 1, 1958. 

J. Rolfe Davis, Orlando, commissioned May 1, 1958 until 
next Senate. 

FLORIDA SHERIFFS BUREAU 

Governor LeRoy Collins, Chairman 

Attorney General Richard W. Ervin. 

John M. Spottswood, Key West, term expires October 1, 
1960. 

John P. Hall, Green Cove Springs, term expires October 1 
1960. 

George W. Watts, Jr., Chipley, term expires October 1, 1960. 

Broward Coker, Sebring, term expires October 1, 1959. 

F. Leslie Bessenger, Dade City, term expires October 1, 1959. 

FLORIDA SHIP CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Board of Directors of the Ship Canal Authority 
Ex-Ojficio Metnhers.) 

R. Malcolm Fortson, Jacksonville, term expired June 5, 1957, 
recommissioned August 14, 1957 until June 5, 1961. 

R. G. Williams, Palatka, term expired June 5, 1957 recommis- 
sioned August 19, 1957 until June 5; 1961. 

Frank Williams, Green Cove Springs, term expired June 5, 
1957. 

Frank H. Brownett, Jacksonville, commissioner Septem- 
ber 26, 1957 until June 5, 1961. 

R. N. Dosh, Ocala, term expired June 5, 1957, recommis- 
sioned September 27, 1957 until June 5, 1961. 

M. L. Smith, Williston, commissioned September 3, 1957 
until June 5, 1961. 

STATE SOIL CONSERVATION BOARD 

Crawford Rainwater, Pensacola, term expired July 7, 1957 
and R. L. Price, Graceville, commissioned July 25, 1957 until 
July 7, 1961. 



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Cushman S. Radebaugh, Orlando, term expired July 2, 1956 
and D. R. Igou, Eustis, commissioned April 26, 1957 until July 
2, 1960. 

Sinclair A. Bryan, Raiford, term expired June 22, 1958 and 
Eugene Mugge Gainesville, commissioned October 9, 1958 until 
June 22, 1962. 

E. E. Carter, Wabasso, term expired June 25, 1958, recom- 
missioned October 3, 1958 until June 25, 1962. 

A. V. Saurman, Clearwater, Resigned April 18, 1957 and 
Lyle C. Dickman, Ruskin, commissioned April 23, 1957 until 
June 24, 1959. 

SOUTHEASTERN INTERSTATE FOREST FIRE PROTECTION 
COMPACT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Marcus G. Rawls, Jacksonville, term expired May 4, 1958, 
recommissioned September 19, 1958 until May 4, 1961. 

T. Lamar Raney, Ocala, term expired May 4, 1958; Lewis E. 
Wadsworth, Bunnell, commissioned September 19, 1958 until 
May 4, 1961. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SOUTHWEST FLORIDA 
WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT 

George F. Higgins, Sarasota, commissioned June 2, 1958 for 
one year. 

Dr. Maurice D. Gregg, Bradenton, commissioned June 9, 
1958 for three years. 

W. Lyle Woods, Arcadia commissioned June 2, 1958 for three 
years. 

Eugene F. Griffin, Sr., Bartow, commissioned June 2, 1958 
for four years. 

Ike C. Hart, Jr., Sebring, commissioner June 30, 1958 for 
two years. 

V. M. Hewey, Wauchula, commissioned June 16, 1958 for 
three years. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS ATLANTLC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

J. C. Clements, Tampa, term expired February 22, 1957, 
recommissioned April 2, 1957 until February 22, 1959. 

K. K. Stokes, Orlando, term expired April 7, 1957, recom- 
missioned April 26, 1957 until April 7, 1959. 

T. K. Whitley, Ocala, term expired April 18, 1957, recom- 



104 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

missioned April 26, 1957 until April 18, 1959. 

C. J. Bowen, Jacksonville, term expired June 27, 1957. 

W. P. Ridout, Jacksonville, term expired July 25, 1957, 
recommissioned for two years. 

M. M. Deschamps, Wilmington, N. C, term expired July 25, 

1957 recommissioned for term of two years. 

B. F. Hatfield, Tampa, term expired July 25, 1957 recom- 
misioned July 25, 1957 for two years. 

D. T. Hall, Tampa, term expired August 19, 1957, recom- 
missioned August 21, 1957 until August 19, 1959, resigned 
February 6, 1958. 

H. D. Stanley, Sanford, term expired November 9, 1957, re- 
commissioned November 9, 1957 for two years. 

F. W. Hall, Jacksonville, term expired January 19, 1958. 

G. A. Manning Jr., Tampa, term expired April 10, 1958, 
recommissioned April 24, 1958 until April 10, 1960. 

R. W. Glatzau, Tampa, resigned February 6, 1958. 

B. L. O'Briant, Jacksonville — deceased. 

J. M. Carter, St. Petersburg, commissioned June 23, 1956 for 
two years, resigned February 6, 1958. 

F. D. Harrison, Jacksonville, term expired July 6, 1958, re- 
commissioned July 24, 1958 until July 6, 1960. 

W. D. Embry, Lakeland, term expired July 6, 1958, recom- 
missioned July 24, 1958 until July 6, 1960. 

G. T. Faircloth, Tampa, resigned February 6, 1958. 

C. H. Beale, Jacksonville, resigned February 6, 1958. 
M. G. Simmons, Fort Myers, resigned February 6, 1958. 

A. W. Clardy, Ocala, term expired October 30, 1958, recom- 
missioned October 30, 1958 for two year term. 

J. H. Swink, Tampa, resigned February 6, 1958. 

F. M. Meggs, High Springs, resigned February 6, 1958. 

L. C. Rowan, Jacksonville, commissioned February 26, 1958 
for two years. 

R. C. Howard, Tampa, commissioned February 26, 1958 for 
two years. 

L. W. Evans, St. Petersburg, commissioned February 26, 

1958 for two years. 

R. L. Gunnells, Jacksonville, commissioned February 26, 
1958 for two years. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 105 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY 

S. J. Berry, Jacksonville, term expired July 9, 1957, recom- 
missioned July 22, 1957 until July 9, 1959. 

G. S. Nailling, Miami, term expired July 9, 1957, and Frank 
W. D. Kent, Miami, commissioned July 22, 1957 until July 9, 
1959. 

C. G. Wakeley, St. Augustine, term expired August 22, 1957, 
recommissioned August 22, 1957 until July 9, 1959. 

Henry H. Dunton, Jacksonville, term expired January 31, 
1958, recommissioned for two years. 

A. F. Marshall, Jacksonville, term expired March 19, 1958. 

Oscar T. Silcox, New Smyrna Beach, term expired June 
15, 1958, recommissioned for two year term. 

Luther Hall, Miami, term expired July 5, 1958, recommis- 
sioned for two year term. 

W. A. Bader, Miami, term expired July 26, 1958, recommis- 
sioned July 26, 1958 until July 26, 1980. 

William Franklin Howard, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 23, 1958 for two years. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

L & N RAILROAD COMPANY 

Wade Creech, Pensacola, commissioned April 25, 1955 
for two years. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 

W. R. Scott, Atlanta, term expired April 14, 1957, recom- 
missioned May 2, 1957 until April 14, 1959. 

Marvin Mosley Fisher, Jacksonville, term expired Septem- 
ber 28, 1957, recommissioned September 28, 1957 for two years. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

J. G. Strickland, Jacksonville, term expired Jan. 6, 1957, 
recommissioned January 17, 1957 until January 4, 1959. 

W. H. Adcock, Tampa, term expired April 19, 1957, recom- 
missioned for two year term. 



106 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

C. C. Strand, Tampa, term expired March 31, 1957, recom- 
missioned for two year term. 

Alton Batts, Miami, term expired June 17, 1957, recommis- 
sioned July 25, 1957 until June 17, 1959, resigned December 
16, 1957. 

R. I. Zipperer, Jacksonville, term expired April 27, 1957, 
recommissioned May 2, 1957 until April 27, 1959. 

Long Garrett, Jacksonville, term expired July 20, 1957, 
recommissioned August 27, 1957 until July 20, 1959. 

G. D. Moran, Jacksonville, term expired July 20, 1957. 

J. C. Walker, Jacksonville, term expired November 15, 1957, 
recommissioned February 17, 1958 until November 15, 1959. 

O. M. Spears, Jacksonville, term expired November 12, 1957, 
recommissioned February 17, 1958 until November 12, 1959. 

L. E. Greene, Jacksonville, term expired November 23, 

1957, recommissioned February 17, 1958 until November 23, 
1959. 

Paul F. Thomas, Jacksonville, term expired February 8, 

1958, recommissioned March 6, 1958 until February 8, 1960. 
O. P. Scarborough, Tallahassee, term expired September 23, 

1958. 

R. O. Smith, Jacksonville, resigned June 4, 1958. 

J. K. Huey, Wildwood, term expired November 4, 1958, 
recommissioned January 5, 1959 until November 4, 1960. 

J. H. Baldwin, Miami, term expired October 29, 1958, re- 
commissioned November 7, 1958 until October 29, 1960. 

W. R. Owens, Jacksonville, term expired November 4, 1958, 
recommissioned January 5, 1959 until November 4, 1960. 

C. M. West, Jacksonville, term expired November 4, 1958, 
recommissioned January 5, 1959 until November 4, 1960. 

Robert L. Lush, Jacksonville, commissioned January 8, 
1957 for two years. 

D. L. Solomon, Jacksonville, resigned January 3, 1958. 

A. F. Marshall, Jacksonville, term expired March 19, 1958, 
recommissioned May 9, 1958 until March 19, 1960. 

R. L Granger, Miami, term expired July 28, 1957, recommis- 
sioned August 27, 1957 until July 28, 1959. 

J. R. Knight, Tampa, commissioned January 17, 1957 until 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 107 

October 10, 1958, recommissioned November 3, 1958 until Octo- 
ber 10, 1960. 

E. L. Webb, Tampa, commissioned January 17, 1957 until 
November 4, 1958, resigned August 5, 1957. 

N. A. Chesser, Tampa, commissioned January 17, 1957 until 
October 10, 1958, recommissioned November 3, 1958 until Octo- 
ber 10, 1960. 

J. W. Cardwell, Tampa, term expired December 31, 1958. 

A. C. Turner, Jr., Miami, commissioned October 28, 1957 for 
two year term. 

D. C. Garner, Tampa, commissioned November 14, 1957 for 
two year term, resigned November 1, 1958. 

H. E. Baldwin, St. Petersburg, term expired November 13, 
1957, recommissioned December 16, 1957 until November 13, 
1959. 

J. A. Bell, Jacksonville, commissioned December 11, 1958 for 
two year term. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

William Enver Carscaddon, Jacksonville, term expired Au- 
gust 17, 1957. 

James Clark Mixon, Jacksonville, term expired July 16, 1958, 
recommissioned July 16, 1958 for four years. 

James Herbert Hood, term expired July 22, 1958. 

Charles Thomas Snipes, Jacksonville, commissioned June 12, 
1957 for two years. 

Jackson Carlos Melton, Jacksonville, commissioned August 
6, 1957 for two years. 

Calvin Eugene Jones, Jacksonville, commissioned January 
27, 1958 for two years. 

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Anna C. Miller, Jacksonville, term expired May 29, 1957; 
recommissioned December 4, 1957 until May 29, 1961. 

Earl Brown, DeLand, term expired August 28, 1956, Beverly 
Grizzard, Fruitland Park, commissioned December 2, 1957 
until August 28, 1960. 

Mrs. W. A. Saunders, White Springs, term expired August 



108 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

23, 1956, recommissioned December 4, 1957 until August 23, 
1960. 

Mrs. Lamar Bledsoe, Tallahassee, term expired August 28, 
1956, recommissioned November 27, 1957 until August 28, 1960 

Joseph A. Cawthon, Orlando, term expired August 22, 1956, 
recommissioned December 4, 1957 until August 22, 1960. 

STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL BOARD 

R. J. Gordon, Pensacola, term expired August 13, 1957 and 
W. B. Clements, Leesburg, commissioned September 17, 1957 
until August 13, 1960. 

Leon W. Payne, West Palm Beach, term expired September 
13, 1958, and Jerome R. Toffler, Miami, commissioned Septem- 
ber 22, 1958 until September 13, 1961. 

Dempsey R. Sapp, Gainesville, term expired August 21, 1958 
and Kenneth Nolen, West Palm Beach, commissioned Septem- 
ber 19, 1958 until August 21, 1961. 

Bernard Kolkana, Miami, term expires September 27, 1959. 

W. J. Horton, Jacksonville, term expires August 13, 1959. 

SUWANNEE RIVER WATER CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 

Van H. Priest, Madison, commissioned July 5, 1957 for 1 
year. 

John C. Camp, Jasper, commissioned July 5, 1957 for 3 years. 

O'Neal Boatright, Mayo, commissioned July 31, 1957 for 2 
years. 

Otto Wettstein, III, Live Oak, commissioned September 26, 
1957 for 3 years. 

Walter Hackney, Jr., Lake City, commissioned June 2, 1958 
for 4 years. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Evelyn Sewell, Jacksonville, commissioned August 30, 1957 
until April 12, 1958; recommissioned June 2, 1958 until April 
12, 1961. 

Gerald F. Wilson, Tampa, commissioned September 5, 1957 
until April 12, 1960. 

FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION COMMISSION 

Ex-Offi,cio Members — Floyd T. Christian, Clearwater, County 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Jaquelin J. Daniel, 
Jacksonville, Board of Control Member. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 109 

Stan Witwer, St. Petersburg, commissioned August 12, 1957 
for 4 years. 

Judson Freeman, Jacksonville, Commissioned August 5, 1957 
for 4 years. 

James L. Wattenbarger, Tallahassee, commissioned August 
6, 1957 for 4 years. 

Niles Trammell, Miami, commissioned August 8, 1957 for 4 
years. 

J. Kenneth Ballinger, Tallahassee, commissioned August 19, 
1957 for 4 years. 

STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD 

A. G. Holley, Marianna, termed expired June 22, 1957, rec- 
ommissioned September 10, 1957 until June 22, 1961. 

Valor L. Logan, Orlando, term expired July 27, 1957, recom- 
missioned September 6, 1957 until July 27, 1961. 

Louie Bandel, Miami, term expired March 16, 1958, recom- 
missioned February 5, 1959 until March 16, 1962. 

W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville, resigned August 27, 1957 and 
Lawrence E. Geeslin, M.D., Jacksonville commissioned Septem- 
ber 9, 1957 until March 16, I960.. 

Baya M. Harrison, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expired August 
28, 1956 and Charles K. Donegan, St. Petersburg, commission- 
ed September 3, 1957 until August 28, 1960. 

FLORIDA STATE TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 

First Congressional District 
W. Howard Frankland, Tampa, term expires January 10, 
1959. 

Second Congressional District 
Charles E. Commander, Jacksonville, term expired January 
10, 1957, recommissioned February 7, 1957 until the next 
senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 1, 
1957 until Janaury 10, 1961. 

Third Congressional District 
Richard H. Simpson, Monticello, ex-officio Road Board Mem- 
ber, resigned July 1, 1957 and James E. Nelson, Jr., Pensacola, 
appointed Ex-officio Road Board Member August 23, 1957, 
resigned June 19, 1958 and Joe Grotegut, Tallahassee, appoint- 
ed ex-officio Road Board Member June 19, 1958. 



110 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fourth Congressional District 
Thomas B. Manuel, Fort Lauderdale, term expires January 
10, 1960. 

Fifth Congressional District 
William T. Alsop, Ocala, term expires January 10, 1958, rec- 
ommissioned February 5, 1958 until the next Senate. 

COMMISSION FOR THE PROMOTION OF UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

Guy W. Botts, Jacksonville, term expires June 5, 1959. 
James W. Day, Gainesville, term expires June 5, 1959. 
John D. Harris, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expires June 5, 1959. 

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

State at Large 
Norton R. Ganger, Miami, term expired August 1, 1958. 

First Congressional District 
V. Ray Judson, Bartow, term expired August 1, 1956. 

Second Congressional District 
Geo. L. Killam, Jacksonville, term expired August 1, 1955. 

Third Congressional District 
Nat R. Walker, Tallahassee, term expires August 1, 1960. 

Fourth Congressional District 
William R. Simonds, Miami, term expired August 1, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Rupert N. Caviness, Ocala, term expired August 1, 1955. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Claude C. Jones, Arcadia, term expired August 1, 1957. 

STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS 

C. E. Dee, Hollywood, term expires September 26, 1960. 
Karl R. Owens, Gainesville, term expired September 15, 
1957, recommissioned October 4, 1957 until September 15, 1961. 
E. L. Matthews, Palatka, term expires September 21, 1959. 

VOLUNTARY MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION SERVICE OF 
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

Clyde M. Mills, Tallahassee, Director, commissioned Sep- 
tember 19, 1957 until July 1, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 111 

FLORIDA watchmakers' COMMISSION 

Ernest Thomas, Miami, commissioned August 21, 1957 for 
two years. 

H. L. Strong, Tallahassee, commissioned August 19, 1957 for 
four years. 

R. T. Harris, St. Petersburg, commissioned August 19, 1957 
for four years. 

Herbert F. Underwood, Jacksonville, commissioned August 
19, 1957 for four years. 

Samuel E. Pringle, Lakeland, commissioned September 12, 
1957 for two years. 

WATER RESOURCES STUDY COMMISSION 

James A. Ball, Jr., Belle Glade, term expired June 30, 1957. 
B. W. Helvenston, Jr., Live Oak, term expired June 30, 1957. 
Byron E. Herlong, Leesburg, term expired June 30, 1957. 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

State at Large 
Charles O. Andrews, Jr., Orlando, resigned August 21, 1957 
and J. Hal Stallings, Tampa, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned October 9, 1957 until July 2, 1960. 

First Congressional District 
J. Hal Stallings, Tampa, resigned August 21, 1957 and L. N. 
Wade, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 9, 1957 until 
the next senate, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
October 21, 1957 until July 2, 1958, term expired and recom- 
missioned August 15, 1958 until the next Senate. 

Second Congressional District 
Dr. E. T. Sellers, Jacksonville, term expires July 2, 1959. 

Third Congressional District 
Mrs. F. E. Mitchell, Valparaiso, term expired July 2, 1958, 
recommissioned September 19, 1958 until the next senate. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Mrs. Charles A. Carroll, Miami, term expires July 2, 1959. 

Fifth Congressional District 
W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach, term expired July 2, 1957 



112 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

and Earle M. Fain, Leesburg, commissioned September 6, 1957 
until the next senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned November 4, 1957 until July 2, 1961. 

Sixth Congressional District 
H. Drennen Browne, Hollywood, term expired July 2, 1958, 
recommissioned August 20, 1958 until the next senate. 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF SOCIAL WELFARE 

District Number One 

Ralph E. Carter, Chipley, term expires April 9, 1959. 

Johnson Hagood Pace, Jr., commissioned August 27, 1956 
until February 18, 1960, resigned October 29, 1957. W. L. 
Lindsay, Fort Walton Beach commissioned November 25, 1957 
until February 18, 1960, resigned August 5, 1958. Yancey L. 
Anthony, Fort Walton Beach, commissioned August 29, 1958 
until February 18, 1960. 

Christine B. Waterfield, Panama City, appointment termi- 
nated under Section 409.09 Florida Statutes. Ralph E. Wager, 
Panama City, commissioned April 2, 1957 until September 16, 
1958. 

Rev. J. B. Davis, Panama City, resigned October 25, 1957. 
H. J. Storm, Panama City, commissioned November 27, 1957 
until January 14, 1958, recommissioned February 10, 1958 
until January 14, 1962. 

Betty B. Rubin, Pensacola, term expired October 24, 1956; 
recommissioned January 17, 1957 until October 24, 1960. 

M. O. Warren, Sr., DeFuniak Springs, commissioned Janu- 
ary 17, 1957 until March 20, 1959. 

Mrs. Hugh Adams, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned Janu- 
ary 21, 1957 until August 5, 1960. 

John E. Temple, Milton, term expired March 31, 1957, rec- 
ommissioned March 18, 1957 until March 31, 1961. 

T, L. Riley, Milton, term expired March 23, 1957, recommis- 
sioned March 14, 1957 until March 23, 1961, deceased and 
Lloyd D. Riley, Bagdad, commissioned October 21, 1957 until 
March 23, 1961. 

Eli Harrell, Chipley, term expired April 13, 1957, recommis- 
sioned October 9, 1957 until April 13, 1961. 

Mrs. Cebelle Meigs, Niceville, term expired November 5, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 113 

1957, recommissioned April 22, 1958 until November 5, 1961. 
Mrs. B. D. Alford, Ponce de Leon, term expired October 4, 

1957; recommissioned October 18, 1957 until October 4, 1961. 

Mrs. Henry E. McLaughlin, Pensacola, term expired October 
1, 1957; recommissioned May 2, 1958 until October 1, 1961. 

Mrs. Gwendolyn B. Rogers, Pensacola, term expired July 1, 
1957; Wm. W. Miller, Jr., Pensacola, commissioned March 17, 
1958 until July 1, 1961. 

J. Earl Johnson, Pensacola, term expired September 19, 1958, 
recommissioned October 28, 1958 until September 19, 1962. 

N. E. Brownlee, Pensacola, term expired August 29, 1956 
recommissioned January 21, 1957 until August 29, 1960. 

District Nuinher Two 

J. T. Grayson, Blountstown, term expired March 7, 1957, 
recommissioned July 3, 1957 until March 7, 1961. 

D. A. Lambert, Tallahsassee, vacancy declared Section 
409.09 Florida Statutes and John H. Cotton, Tallahassee, com- 
missioned July 23, 1957 until February 4, 1958, recommissioned 
March 10, 1958 until February 4 1962. 

C. L. Rehwinkle, Crawfordville, term expired August 13, 
1958. 

A. D. Williams, Graceville, term expired March 6, 1958, re- 
commissioned March 17, 1958 until March 6, 1962. 

Mrs. Clara Rankin, Bristol, deceased, and E. H. Strickland, 
Bristol, commissioned January 17, 1957 until February 5, 1958, 
recommissioned March 24, 1958 until February 5, 1962. 

Mrs. W. N. Faircloth, Quincy, term expired February 12, 

1958, recommissioned March 27, 1958 until February 12, 1962. 
T. E. Austin, Apalachicola, term expired February 10, 1958, 

recommissioned March 19, 1958 until February 10, 1962. 

Roumelle Bowen, Tallahassee, term expired February 11, 
1958, recommissioned March 12, 1958 until February 11, 1962. 

Robert E. Bellows, Port St. Joe, term expired February 24, 
1958, Myrtle W. Childers, Port St. Joe, commissioned February 
25, 1958 until February 24, 1962. 

Rev. Tenney L Deane, Quincy, term expired February 6, 
1956. Berthold Ottinger, Quincy, commissioned April 29, 1957 
until February 6, 1960. 

Mrs. Wallace McLeod, Monticello, resigned December 16, 



114 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

1957. Mrs. J. R. Cooksey, Jr., Monticello, commissioned March 
24, 1958 until February 11, 1962. 

M. A. DuRant, Marianna, term expired March 5, 1958, re- 
commissioned July 28, 1958 until March 5, 1962. 

Mrs. Inez Parish, Sumatra, term expires August 17, 1959. 

Mrs. Jessie Lee Scruggs, Monticello, commissioned March 
11, 1957 until September 4, 1959. 

Mabel B. Moore, Tallahassee, commissioned July 17, 1957 
until December 12, 1959. 

Mrs. Lucille Fuqua, Altha, commissioned July 29, 1957 until 
October 22, 1960. 

Mrs. C. C. Land, Carrabelle, commissioned July 29, 1957 
until August 20, 1959. 

L. W. Owens, Wewahitchka, commissioned August 14, 1957 
until September 10, 1959. 

Homer Duggar, Sopchoppy, commissioned January 24, 1958 
until July 16, 1960. 

District Number Three 

Mrs. J. A. Stephens, Jennings, term expired July 1, 1957, 
recommissioned January 29, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Harold Gilmore, Live Oak, term expired July 1, 1957. E. W. 
Trussell, Live Oak, commissioned December 19, 1957 until 
July 1, 1961. 

Mrs. T. E. Taylor, Mayo, term expired July 1, 1957, recom- 
missioned August 29, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Robert H. Johnson, Trenton, term expired July 30, 1957, 
recommissioned March 10, 1958 until July 30, 1961. 

L. W. Drummond, Chiefland, term expired September 9, 
1957, recommissioned October 18, 1957 until September 9, 
1961. 

Mrs. Van H. Priest, Madison, term expired April 3, 1958, 
recommissioned October 3, 1958 until April 3, 1962. 

J. W. Mikell, Jr., Cross City, term expired August 21, 1957. 
S. H. Bloodworth, Old Town, commissioned September 3, 1957 
until August 21, 1961. 

Mrs. Virginia Engstrom, Live Oak, term expired October 6, 
1956, recommissioned February 5, 1958 until October 6, 1960. 

A. Chalmers Bowden, Perry, resigned December 3, 1956. 
Mrs. Jennie Louque, Perry, commissioned December 31, 1956 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 115 

until March 2, 1958, recommissioned April 9, 1958 until March 
2, 1962. 

H. W. Wilkes, Perry, resigned February 18, 1957. Mrs. 
Don Stevenson, Perry, commissioned February 28, 1957 until 
March 2, 1958, recommissioned March 25, 1958 until March 
2, 1962. 

C. W. Roberts, Bell, term expired September 25, 1956, re- 
commissioned March 5, 1958 until September 25, 1960. 

Lena Youmans, Lake City, term expired December 1, 1957, 
recommissioned December 16, 1957 until December 1, 1961, 
resigned November 25, 1958. Mrs. Jean Colbert, Lake City, 
commissioned December 31, 1958, until December 1, 1961. 

Mrs. L. R. Woodard, Madison, term expires September 6, 
1959. 

Mrs. E. B. Williams, Mayo, term expires October 3, 1959. 

J. E. Stell, Williston, commissioned April 10, 1956 until 
October 28. 1959, resigned April 28, 1958. Royal L. French, 
Wilhston, commissioned May 2, 1958 until October 28, 1959. 

Mrs. P. D. Sandlin, Jasper, term expires October 15, 1959. 

G. A. Buie, Sr., Lake City, commissioned August 16, 1956 
until November 8, 1959, resigned September 16, 1958. Mrs. 
Lamar Maxwell, Lake City, commissioned November 3, 1958 
until November 8, 1959. 

E. C. McLeod, Shamrock, term expired May 26, 1956. E. G. 
Chewning, Cross City, commissioned February 3, 1958 until 
May 26, 1960. 

District Number Four 
Mrs. John M. Phillips, St. Petersburg, term expired July 1, 

1957, recommissioned July 30, 1957 until July 1, 1961. 

Dr. John L. Cooley, Tarpon Springs, term expired November 
10, 1957 recommissioned January 10, 1958 until November 
10, 1961. 

Mrs. W. A. McMullen, Largo, term expired January 9, 

1958, recommissioned February 3, 1958 until January 9, 1962. 
George M. Allen, Brooksville, term expired November 12, 

1957, recommissioned January 31, 1958 until November 12, 
1961. 

William M. MacKenzie, Jr., Clearwater, term expired August 



116 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

29, 1958, recommissioned August 29, 1958 until August 29, 
1962. 

Mrs. William Johnstone, St. Petersburg, term expired Sep- 
tember 18, 1958, recommissioned September 24, 1958 until 
September 18, 1962. 

Mrs. Dorothy Sample, St. Petersburg, term expired October 
12, 1958 and Mrs. Thelma Sheffield, Floral City, term expired 
November 10, 1957, recommissioned February 3, 1958 until 
November 10, 1961. 

W. Harvey Edwards, Crystal River, term expires November 

30, 1959. 

Helen B. Toppin, Pass-a-Grille, term expires December 7, 
1959. 

Mary Belle Rogers, Brooksville, term expires January 13, 
1960. 

Allen M. Thompson, Dade City, term expired November 20, 
1957, recommissioned November 20, 1957 until November 20, 
1961. 

William H. Greene, New Port Richey, commissioned May 6, 
1957 until November 12, 1960. 

District Number Five 

J. E. Thrasher, Micanopy, term expired May 26, 1956, rec- 
ommissioned November 13, 1956 until May 26, 1960. 

R. T. Taylor, Worthington, term expired July 1, 1957. 

Maebrooks P. Allen, Macclenny, term expired September 15, 
1957 and Wilma Morris, commissioned October 21, 1957 until 
September 15, 1961. 

Mrs. William Knabb, Macclenny, term expired September 
15, 1957, recommissioned October 18, 1957 until September 15, 
1961. 

Mrs. Nell L. Allen, Bunnell, term expired November 1, 1957, 
Mrs. O. F. Alford, Bunnell, commissioned December 16, 1957 
until November 1, 1961. 

Mrs. Edwin H, Andrews, Gainesville, resigned July 2, 1957 
and Mrs. J. C. Harris, LaCrosse, commissioned July 30, 1957 
until March 2, 1958, recommissioned April 14, 1958 until March 
2, 1962. 

Sara George Geiger, Green Cove Springs, term expired No- 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 117 

vember 29, 1958, recommissioned January 7, 1959 until Novem- 
ber 29, 1962. 

Mrs. J. F. Mercer, Bunnell, term expires October 20, 1959. 

Rev. S. E. Sparks, Starke, resigned September 4, 1958 and 
J. E. Wall, Jr., Starke, commissioned October 23, 1958 until 
May 7, 1960. 

K. G. Duncan, Starke, vacancy declared under Section 409.09 
Florida Statutes and Bessie M. Burns, Starke, commissioned 
November 14, 1957 until April 25, 1960. 

Mrs. H. W. Fishier, Femandina Beach, term expires July 16, 
1960. 

Jack McGriff, Gainesville, term expires May 13, 1960. 

Morgan Ashley, Crescent City, resigned March 18, 1957 and 
E. M. Pickens, Crescent City, commissioned April 8, 1957 until 
December 17, 1959, resigned September 29, 1958. Laurie A. 
Browning, Welaka, commissioned October 8, 1958 until Decem- 
ber 17, 1959. 

Mrs. Thomas W. Oliver, Fernandina Beach, term expires 
July 16, 1960. 

Mrs. Ray V. Wilson, St. Augustine, term expires December 
12, 1959. 

Edna N. O'Kelley, Orange Park, moved from the State and 
Wesley J. Lienweber, Orange Park commissioned February 
12, 1958 until February 8, 1960, deceased. John R. Hunt, 
Orange Park, commissioned June 30, 1958 until February 8, 
1960. 

A. H. Craig, Jr., St. Augustine, term expires June 14, 1960. 

Jean L. B. Burt, Palatka, term expires July 16, 1959. 

Mrs. Alice Cason, Raiford, term expires June 9, 1960. 

District Number Six 

Fred S. Rizk, Jacksonville, term expired November 12, 1957, 
recommissioned March 27, 1958 until November 12, 1961. 

James Guy Diffenbaugh, Jacksonville, term expired Novem- 
ber 11, 1957 and Mrs. C. Lamar Dean, Jr., Jacksonville, com- 
missioned April 1, 1958 until November 11, 1961. 

Mrs. Paul F. Betzold, Jacksonville, term expired November 
14, 1957, recommissioned April 23, 1958 until November 14, 
1961. 

Leo T. Bowles, Jacksonville, term expired December 5, 1958. 



118 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Mrs. Mark Hulsey, Sr., Jacksonville, resigned March 20, 
1958. Roxie Home Merrill, Jacksonville, commissioned April 

17, 1958 until December 6, 1958. 

H. Lane Fulenwider, Jacksonville, term expired November 

18, 1957 and J. R. Norman, Jacksonville, commissioned May 23, 
1958 until November 18, 1961. 

Mrs. Alvin Leitman, Jacksonville, term expired December 2, 
1957, recommissioned October 6, 1958 until December 2, 1961. 

Mrs. John C. Kirkpatrick, Jacksonville, term expired No- 
vember 19, 1957, recommissioned April 17, 1958 until Novem- 
ber 19, 1961. 

Mrs. Walter D. Griffin, Jr., Jacksonville, term expired 
December 3, 1958. 

D. S. Blankenship, Jr., moved from State. Lois T. Graessle, 
Jacksonville, commissioned June 25, 1957 until November 4, 
1957, recommissioned November 15, 1957 until November 4, 
1961. 

James A. Cranford, Jacksonville, resigned March 20, 1958. 
Wm. B. Thirlwell, Jacksonville, commissioned March 27, 1958 
until August 21, 1960. 

Mrs. D. Jeff Faulkner, Jr., Jacksonville, resigned August 6, 
1957. John Tillman, Jacksonville, commissioned October 1, 
1957 until August 1, 1960. 

C. D. Cooksey, M. D., Jacksonville, term expires July 22, 
1960. 

District Number Seven 

John Foy Lee, Turkey Creek, term expired October 7, 1957, 
recommissioned November 18, 1957 until October 7, 1961. 

James C. Hughey, Tampa, term expired August 2, 1957. 
Robert W. Miller, Tampa, commissioned December 20, 1957 
until August 2, 1961. 

Mrs. Frank S. Cochran, Tampa, term expired September 23, 
1957 and Mrs. James L. Estes, Tampa, commissioned Novem- 
ber 14, 1957 until September 23, 1961. 

Dick A. Greco, Tampa, term expired October 6, 1957, recom- 
missioned December 30, 1957 until October 6, 1961. 

Rev. Walter B. Passiglia, Tampa, term expired November 11, 
1957, recommissioned March 19, 1958 until November 11, 1961. 

J. R. Mynatt, Tampa, term expired September 30, 1957, re- 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 119 

commissioned November 18, 1957 until September 30, 1961. 

Terrell R. Young, Tampa, term expired September 22, 1957, 
recommissioned November 20, 1957 until September 22, 1961. 

Fred E. Browning, Plant City term expired September 23, 
1957, recommissioned November 14, 1957 until September 23, 
1961. 

Edward R. Mack, Tampa, resigned August 5, 1957 and E. P. 
Taliaferro, Jr., Tampa, commissioned November 20, 1957 until 
September 10, 1958, recommissioned October 28, 1958 until 
September 10, 1962. 

Albert W. Litschgi, Tampa, term expired April 16, 1957, 
recommissioned August 21, 1957 until April 16, 1961. 

District Number Eight 

A. B. Shogren, Sarasota, term expired January 4, 1958, re- 
commissioned March 17, 1958 until January 4, 1962. 

Sam W. Johnston, Fort Myers, term expired December 17, 
1957, recommissioned March 14, 1958 until December 17, 1961. 

Otis W. Garland, Wauchula ,term expired March 27, 1958, 
reconmiissioned April 30, 1958 until March 27, 1962. 

Mrs. Joe P. Brown, Immokalee, term expired December 29, 

1957, recommissioned April 1, 1958 until December 29, 1961. 
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Clewiston, deceased and Mrs. Fred C. 

Sikes, Clewiston, commissioned May 1, 1958 until January 22, 
1962. 

Mrs. May D. Durrance, Punta Gorda, term expired Decem- 
ber 29, 1957, recommissioned March 10, 1958 until December 
29, 1961. 

Ed. S. Kempton, Sarasota, resigned February 21, 1957 and 
Mrs. Harry Coggeshall, Sarasota, commissioned March 1, 1957 
until April 12, 1959. 

Charles G. Metcalfe, Avon Park, term expired February 18, 

1958, recommissioned March 24, 1958 until February 18, 1962. 
Jean T. Dowd, Arcadia, term expired June 4, 1956. 

Jessie P. Miller, Bradenton, term expired December 17, 1957, 
recommissioned April 22, 1958 until December 17, 1961. 

H. I. Robinson, Moore Haven, resigned September 26, 1957 
and Roger M. Weeks, Moore Haven, commissioned October 14, 
1957 until January 7, 1958. 

Read B. Harding, Arcadia term expires July 25, 1960. 



120 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Paul G. Franklin, Fort Myers, commissioned Jan. 9, 1957 
until October 18, 1959. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton, LaBelle, commissioned January 10, 
1957 until November 17, 1960. 

Lloyd M. Lilly, Moore Haven, commissioned January 10, 
1957 until September 16, 1959. 

R. Alvis Reynolds, Bradenton, commissioned January 21, 
1957 until November 19, 1960. 

Mrs. Robert A. Griffis, Marco, commissioned January 28, 
1957 until September 30, 1959. 

Merle L. Albritton, Wauchula, commissioned July 25, 1957 
until September 20, 1959. 

District NuTnber Nine 

George J. Jones, Miami, term expired July 1, 1957 recom- 
missioned March 21, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Homestead, term expired July 1, 1957, 
recommissioned February 26, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Mrs. Louis Glasser, Miami Beach, term expired July 1, 1957, 
recommissioned February 28, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Rev. Lloyd Whyte, Miami, term expired July 1, 1957, recom- 
missioned March 14, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Mrs. Frank B. Dowling, Miami, term expired July 1, 1957, 
and Virginia Collins, commissioned March 6, 1958 until July 
1, 1961 

Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Coral Gables, term expired July 1, 
1957, recommissioned March 6, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Harry Zukernick, Miami Beach, term expired July 1, 1957, 
recommissioned February 27, 1958 until July 1, 1961. 

Thomas B. Duff, Miami, term expired October 12, 1958, re- 
commissioned November 24, 1958 until October 12, 1962. 

Sidney H. Palmer, Miami, term expired July 20, 1958, recom- 
missioned August 22, 1958 until July 20, 1962. 

Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Miami Beach, term expired August 
8, 1958. Daniel M. Broad, Miami Beach, commissioned October 
14, 1958 until August 8, 1962. 

Ralph W. Rogers, Key West, term expired August 3, 1958, 
recommissioned October 6, 1958 until August 3, 1962. 

Mrs. Mervin Russell, Key West, term expires January 15, 
1960. 



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Eugene Burns, Hialeah, term expires March 20, 1960. 

Mrs. Earle M. Rader, Miami Shores, term expires March 21, 
1960. 

Henry Harris Meador, Miami, term expires March 24, 1960. 

Lloma G. Green, Miami, term expires March 24, 1960. 

Abraham J. Maloff, Hialeah, term expires March 24, 1960. 

Thomas J. Wood, Miami, term expired July 11, 1958, recom- 
missioned August 15, 1958 until July 11, 1962. 

Eunice P. Anderson, Coconut Grove, term expires March 20, 
1960. 

H. L. Gregory, Coral Gables, term expires March 18, 1960. 

Maxine E. Baker, Miami, commissioned March 12, 1958 for 
four years. 

Mrs. Garland M. Budd, Coral Gables, term expired October 
9, 1956, recommissioned May 16, 1958 until October 9, 1960, 

District Number Ten 

Mary Lee Christopher, Okeechobee, term expired August 
13, 1956, recommissioned July 12, 1957 until August 13, 1960. 

Mrs. Mary Hodges, Hollywood, deceased and Fannie C. Wal- 
lace, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned July 25, 1958 until Febru- 
ary 18, 1962. 

Mrs. Mary W. McEwen, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired Octo- 
ber 20, 1957, recommissioned February 3, 1958 until October 
20, 1961. 

Mrs. George S. Woodward, West Palm Beach, term expired 
June 10, 1958, recommissioned July 14, 1958 until June 10, 
1962. 

Mrs. Doris Sasser, West Palm Beach, term expired April 15, 
1958, recommissioned April 29, 1958 until April 15, 1962. 

Thomas E. Penick, West Palm Beach, term expired March 31, 
1958, recommissioned May 15, 1958 until May 31, 1962. 

Mrs. Clark S. Rice, Vero Beach, term expired May 13, 1957, 
recommissioned April 25, 1958 until May 13, 1961. 

Mrs. Anne Keen, Vero Beach, term expired May 23, 1958, 
recommissioned July 8, 1958 until May 23, 1962. 

Andrew O. Pittman, Jr., Staurt, resigned September 20, 
1957 and Joseph N. Rinker, Stuart, commissioned October 14, 
1957 until October 22, 1959. 

Mrs. Hiram Raulerson, Okeechobee, term expires October 



122 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

6, 1959. 

Grover C. Kinp;, Stuart, term expires October 3, 1959. 

James K. Pownall, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires November 
22, 1959. 

Mrs. Frank M. Bradley, Fort Pierce, term expires October 
3, 1959. 

Annie M. Nobles, Fort Pierce, resigned September 4, 1957 
and Mrs. Lora L. Reaves, Fort Pierce, commissioned October 
3, 1957 until September 5, 1959. 

Muriel Hirsch Pick, Palm Beach, resigned July 1, 1957 and 
Paul M. Cassen, West Palm Beach, commissioned July 17, 1957 
until May 21, 1958, recommissioned June 3, 1958 until May 
21, 1962. 

Curtin R. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired July 11, 
1958, recommissioned July 21 1958 until July 11, 1962. 

Helen R. Tedder, West Palm Beach, term expired March 4, 
1958, recommissioned May 9, 1958 until March 4, 1962. 

District Number Eleven 
Kingswood Sprott, Lake Wales, term expired December 9, 

1956. Henry F. BuUard, Lake Wales, commissioned March 18, 
1957 until December 9, 1960. 

Carolyn B. Brown, Mt. Dora, term expired July 12, 1957. 
Mrs. T. Noble Brown, Webster, term expired September 14, 

1957, recommissioned March 10, 1958 until September 14, 1961. 
Mrs. R. F. E. Cooke, Leesburg, term expired July 24, 1957, 

recommissioned May 7, 1958 until July 24, 1961. 

John W. Calvin, Winter Haven, term expired November 2, 
1957, recommissioned December 16, 1957 until November 2, 
1961. 

Mrs. Bess O'Neill, Lakeland, term expired November 3, 1957 
recommissioned February 21, 1958 until November 3, 1961. 

Jessie Mae Boring, Wildwood, term expired June 23, 1958 
recommissioned June 30, 1958 until June 23, 1962. 

Henry Gatrell, Fairfield, term expired March 21, 1958. Tessie 
Lee Fisher, Ocala, commissioned August 4, 1958 until March 
21, 1962. 

Wm. P. Tomasello, Bartow, term expired November 3, 1956. 
Mrs. L. Wallace Riggins, Lakeland, commissioned February 
17, 1958 until November 3, 1960. 



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Merrill M. Shaw, Ocala, term expired June 21, 1958, recom- 
missioned July 21, 1958 until June 21, 1962. 

B. J. Langston, Lakeland, commissioned March 18, 1957 until 
September 7, 1959. 

District Number Twelve 

H. L. Webb, St. Cloud, term expired February 6, 1956. F. H. 
Child, St. Cloud, commissioned June 13, 1958 until February 
6, 1960. 

George W. Morgan, Oviedo, term expired May 5, 1956, re- 
commissioned April 24, 1958 until May 5, 1960. 

Paul Fearington, DeLand, term expired November 22, 1957, 
recommissioned January 31, 1958 until November 22, 1961. 

George I. Fullerton, New Smyrna Beach, term expired De- 
cember 1, 1957 recommissioned July 8, 1958 until December 
1, 1961. 

Mrs. W. A. Pattishall, Orlando, term expired November 22, 
1957, recommissioned April 29, 1958 until November 22, 1961. 

W. F. Cappleman, Winter Garden, term expired November 
19, 1957, recommissioned June 9, 1958 until November 19, 1961. 

Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Kissimmee, term expired November 20, 
1957, recommissioned June 9, 1958 until November 20, 1961. 

Mrs. Ruth Leedy, Winter Park, term expired December 19, 
1955, recommissioned May 7, 1958 until December 19, 1959. 

Hayward B. Brown, Daytona Beach, term expired Novem- 
ber 11, 1957, recommissioned December 16, 1957 until Novem- 
ber 11, 1961. 

Ellis E. Lewis, Cocoa, term expired April 25, 1958, recom- 
missioned August 20, 1958 until April 25, 1962. 

W. L. Sharkey, Orlando, term expired August 30, 1958, 
recommissioned December 22, 1958 until August 30, 1962. 

Mrs. Mary Holler, Sanford, term expired March 6, 1957, 
recommissioned September 24, 1958 until March 6, 1961. 



124 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY OFFICES 

(County Officers whose terms began First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1957, County Commissioners and 
Members of the Board of Public Instruction, whose terms Ex- 
pire First Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1959, and 
1961, and County Appointive Offices.) 

ALACHUA 

County Judge— H. H. McDonald. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. E. Evans. 

Sheriff — J. M. Crevasse, Jr. 

Assessor of Taxes — Claude M. Franks. 

Tax Collector — Shellie McKinney. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ernest D. Manning, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Sue Simpson. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — T. Allen Crouch. 

County Surveyor — Perry C. McGriff. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — Osee R. Fagan, resigned No- 
vember 5, 1958 and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Gainesville, commis- 
sioned November 5, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. M. Galbraith, High Springs. 
District No. 2 — Jack Durrance, Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — Edgar Leo Johnson, Gainesville. 
District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 
District No. 5 — Sidney Martin, Hawthorne. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. A. Goode, Alachua. 

District No. 2 — Flake A. Parker, Gainesville. 

District No. 3 — Anna Beth Pierson, Gainesville. 

District No. 4 — W. N. Barry, Newberry. 

District No. 5 — G. Hugh Williams, Island Grove. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

C, S. Brooking, Gainesville, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, A.D., 1958, recommissioned Febru- 
ary 13, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Janu- 
ary, 1960. 

J. S. Reaves, Gainesville, term expired first Tuesday after first 



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Monday in January, A.D., 1957, recommissioned June 17, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959, 
resigned August 26, 1958 and Francis B. Watson, Gainesville, 
commissioned September 24, 1958 for unexpired term. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ALACHUA COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

James G. Richardson, Gainesville, term expired December 31, 

1957. 
James N. Anderson, Gainesville, commissioned December 30, 

1957 until December 31, 1961. 
Earl Hardee, Gainesville, term expired December 31, 1958. 
G. G. Kirkpatrick, Gainesville, term expires December 28, 

1959. 
Dan Byrd, Gainesville, resigned July 2, 1957 and Annie H. 

Sensabaugh, Gainesville commissioned August 1, 1957 until 

December 28, 1960. 
Noel F. Megahee, Alachua, resigned June 18, 1957, and W. H. 

Enneis, Gainesville, commissioned August 19, 1957 until 

January 7, 1958. 

BOARD OF THE ALACHUA COUNTY RECREATION AND W^ATER 
CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

William Wade Hampton, III, Gainesville, commissioned Sep- 
tember 9, 1957 until the next senate, confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned Oct. 14, 1957 until September 9, 1961. 

C. A. Pound, Jr., Gainesville, commissioned September 9, 1957 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the senate and recom- 
missioned November 15, 1957 until September 9, 1960. 

Paul J. Norfleet, Newberry, commissioned September 9, 1957 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned November 4, 1957 until September 9, 1959. 

BAKER 
County Judge — B. R. Burnsed. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Joe Dobson. 
Sheriff— E. Ed Yarbrough. 
Tax Assessor — L. W. Douberly. 
Tax Collector — T. J. Raulerson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — L. L. Dugger. 
Supervisor of Registration — Arthur Combs. 



126 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy H. Harvey, Sanderson. 
District No. 2— B. H. Rowe, Macclenny. 
District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Godwin, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— G. N. Kirkland, Glen St. Mary. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Vessie Thrift, Macclenny. 
District No. 2— Reid Stafford, Glen St. Mary. 
District No. 3 — Violet S. Dobson, Olustee. 
District No. 4 — Tommy Fraser, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— W. M. Knabb, Macclenny. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— M. C. Brown, Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. Y. Combs, Jr., Sanderson. 
District No. 2 — Claude Fraser, Olustee. 
District No. 3 — Vernon D. Walker, Macclenny. 
District No. 5 — Ivey Hodges, Glen St. Mary. 

DIRECTORS OF THE BAKER COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

D. J. Jones, Glen St. Mary, term expired December 9, 1957, 
recommissioned December 12, 1957, until December 9, 1961, 
resigned December 31, 1958, and W. B. Nagle, Glen St. Mary, 
commissioned January 5, 1959 until December 9, 1961. 

J. F. Morris, Macclenny, term expired December 9, 1957, re- 
commissioned December 9, 1957, for four years. 

W. Frank Wells, Macclenny, term expired December 9, 1958, 

recommissioned January 5, 1959 until December 9, 1962. 

BAKER COUNTY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

Mrs. George L. Tabor, Jr., Glen St. Mary, Member at Large, 
commissioned October 21, 1957 for term of four years. 

Mrs. Al Smith, Macclenny, Member at Large, commissioned 
October 22, 1957 for four years 

Edwin G. Fraser, Macclenny, District 2, commissioned Decem- 
ber 19, 1957 for two years. 

J. Eldred Jones, Macclenny, District 3, commissioned July 
18, 1958 for three years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 127 

J. I. Harney, Sanderson, District 4, commissioned October 28, 
1957 for three years. 

Phillip Taylor, Glen St. Mary, District 5, commissioned No- 
vember 1, 1957 for four years. 

BAY 

County Judge — Joseph W. Bailey. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Bruce Collins. 

Sheriff— M. J. Daffin. 

Tax Assessor — Gerald Conrad. 

Tax Collector — A. G. Appelberg. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas E. Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashbum. 

County Surveyor — Woodrow W. Gainer. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — D. C. Suggs, Sr., deceased and 

R. C. Evans, Panama City, commissioned December 10, 1958 

until January 3, 1961. 
County Prosecuting Attorney, Dayton Logue, commissioned 

May 16, 1957 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 

four year term. 
Judge, Juvenile Court, Bert A. Davenport, commissioned June 

20, 1957 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year 

term. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. B. Miller, Panama City. 

District No. 2 — Burton H. Clark, Panama City. 

District No. 3— J. R. Miller, Panama City. 

District No. 4 — John Pitts, Panama City. 

District No. 5— B. V. Buchanan, West Bay. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. Crawford Mosley, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — Buddy McLemore, Panama City. 
District No. 3— T. P. Haney, Panama City. 
District No. 4 — James M. Mowat, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 5 — Charles E. Collins, Panama City. 

BAY COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

H. Savely McQuagge, Panama City, term expired November 
22, 1957. Carroll L. Fisher, Jr., Panama City, commissioned 



128 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

December 2, 1957 until November 22, 1961, resigned August 

1, 1958 and William R. Yost, commissioned July 25, 1958 

until November 22, 1961. 
L. E. Merriam, Jr., Panama City, term expired November 17, 

1957, Harry A. Smith, commissioned December 2, 1957 until 

November 17, 1961. 
Mrs. J. B. Lahan, Panama City, term expired November 22, 

1958. 
T. E. Gilbert, Panama City, term expires November 22, 1959. 
H. N. Tillman, Panama City, term expires November 17, 1960. 

HARBOR MASTER 

J. N. Arnold, Panama City, term expired July 1, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 9, 1957 until 
July 1, 1959. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

C. M. Harris, Panama City, term expired June 14, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 1, 1957 until 
June 14, 1961. 

T. W. Smith, Panama City, term expired June 14, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 14, 1957 for 
four years. 

John C. McMullen, Panama City, term expired June 14, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 1, 
1957 until June 14, 1961. 

Fred Gainer, Panama City, term expired June 14, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 21, 1957 
until June 14, 1961. 

Jack W. Corbitt, Panama City, term expired June 14, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissionued July 30, 1957 
until June 14, 1961. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE GULF MOSQUITO 
CONTROL DISTRICT 

H, A. Hinson, Panama City, commissioned June 19, 1956 until 
the first day of January, after the next General Election. 

Joe M. Bell, Panama City Beach, commissioned July 23, 1956 
until the first day of January after the next General Elec- 
tion, resigned July 1, 1957 and T. W. Watson, Panama City 
Beach, commissioned July 23, 1957 for unexpired term. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 129 

Grier C. Barnhart, Panama City Beach, commissioned Septem- 
ber 13, 1956 until the first day of January after the next Gen- 
eral Election, resigned July 9, 1957 and C. M. Buckley, 
Panama City, commissioned July 26, 1957 for unexpired 
term. 

OYSTER REHABILITATION COMMISSION 

Earl R. Allen, Panama City, term expired May 18, 1958. 
W. C. Miller, Southport, term expired May 18, 1958. 
W. X. Pate, West Bay, term expired May 18, 1958. 

BRADFORD 
County Judge — Theron A. Yawn, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Charles A. Darby. 
Sheriff— P. D. Reddish. 
Tax Assessor — Gene Long. 
Tax Collector— J. R. Kelly. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harmon P. Morgan. 
Supervisor of Registration — Marian L. Crosby. 
County Surveyor — Harry Anthony. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harold K. Norman, Lawtey. 

District No. 2— E. L. Crawford, Starke. 

District No. 3 — H. A. Bishop, Jr., Starke. 

District No. 4 — Jessie R. Chastain, Hampton. 

District No. 5 — M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dan W. Starling, Lawtey. 
District No. 2.— W. C. Powell, Starke. 
District No. 3 — Ethan A. Sapp, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — Thornton Johns, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — H. A. Lawson, Starke. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— F. C. Hodges, Starke. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— J. L. Silcox, Starke. 
District No. 8— Felix M. Sullivan, Starke. 



130 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

Charles Hardy, Starke, term expired January 5, 1957, S. E. 
Sparks, Starke, commissioned September 11, 1958 until Jan- 
uary 5, 1961. 

Mrs. Louise H. Kite, Starke, term expired December 30, 1957, 
Mrs. Inez Green, Starke, commissioned January 31, 1958 
until December 30, 1961. 

J. M. Edwards, term expired December 30, 1957, Ovid G. 
Lewis, Starke, commissioned January 31, 1958 until De- 
cember 30, 1961, 

J. K. Douglas, Starke, resigned August 22, 1957 and W. E. 
Bigham, Jr., Brooker, commissioned September 3, 1957 until 
December 30, 1958. 

Cecil R. Whitehead, Lawtey, term expires December 31, 1959. 

BRADFORD COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Starke, commissioned October 24, 1957 for 

two years. 
Mrs. W. M. Cressler, Starke, commissioned October 18, 1957 

for two years. 
Cora A. Quattlebaum, Starke, commissioned October 28, 1957 

for three years, resigned September 29, 1958 and Marguerite 

Hall, Starke, commissioned October 6, 1958 until October 

28, 1960. 
Mrs. A. Russell Norman, Starke, commissioned November 18, 

1957 for three years. 
Mrs. Junius Smith, Starke, commissioned November 25, 1957 

for one year. 

BREVARD 
County Judge — Virgil B. Conkling. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 
Sheriff — James W. Dunn. 
Tax Assessor — M. Joe Edwards. 
Tax Collector— J. D. Nash. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Woodrow J. Darden. 
Supervisor of Registration — Edna S. Carlile. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Samuel A. Harper, resigned Feb- 
ruary 4, 1958 and Grady W. White, Melbourne, commis- 



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sioned February 13, 1958 until January 6, 1959, recommis- 
sioned for two years. 
County Surveyor — Frank P. Schuster. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Bernard Parrish, Titusville. 
District No. 2— D. S. Nisbet, Merritt Island. 
District No. 3— Max K. Rodes, Melbourne. 
District No. 4 — Curtis R. Barnes, Cocoa. 
District No. 5 — Joe H. Wickham, Eau Gallie. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Robert H. Hudson, Titusville. 

District No. 2 — Stuart A. Clark, Cocoa, deceased and John 
F. Crockett, Cocoa, commissioned July 28, 1958 until Jan- 
uary 3, 1961. 

District No. 3 — Aubrey R. Bates, Eau Gallie. 

District No. 4 — Dale P. Jacobus, Melbourne. 

District No. 5 — Elsie B. LaRoche, Cocoa. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

W. J. Creel. Eau Gallie, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
four years. 

CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — A. A. Dunn, Mims, term expired January 6, 
1959. Recommissioned January 6, 1959 for four years. 

District No. 2 — W. O. B. Chittenden, Titusville, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 3 — Mayo Hill, Cocoa, term expires January 6, 
1959 and John V. D'Albora, Jr., Cocoa, commissioned Jan- 
uary 6, 1959 for four years. 

District No. 4 — G. W. Laycock, Cocoa, commissioned January 
8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 5 — Kelly L. Brinson, Merritt Island, term expired 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned January 6, 1959 for four 
years. 

BREVARD COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Anne R. Gaertner, Cocoa Beach, term expired July 22, 1957, 

recommissioned November 24, 1958 until July 22, 1961. 
William Fenner, Melbourne, term expired August 26, 1955, 



132 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

recommissioned June 2, 1958 until August 26, 1959. 
Mrs. Louise Copelan Gibbons, Cocoa, term expired September 

24, 1957, recommissioned January 16, 1958 until September 

24, 1961 . 
Mrs. E. H. Ashcraft, Titusville, term expires May 11, 1960. 
Mrs. L. Victor Coleman, Eau Gallie, term expires May 26, 

1960. 

BREVARD COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Bert W. Kreinbring, Melbourne, commissioned June 24, 1958 

until March 3, 1961. 
W. Lansing Gleason, Eau Gallie, commissioned July 14, 1958 

until March 3, 1960. 
James R. Gray, Jr., Melbourne, commissioned June 19, 1958 

imtil March 3, 1962 
Thomas P. Blyth, Jr., Merritt Island, commissioned September 

24, 1958 until March 2, 1962. 

BROWARD 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Clerk, Circuit Court— Frank H. Marks. 

Sheriff — Justice A. Lloyd. 

Tax Assessor — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector— W. H. Meeks, Jr. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Raymond R. Maxwell. 

Supervisor of Registration — Easter L. Gates. 

Judge, Juvenile Court — Dorr S. Davis. 

Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Louis Weissing. 

Solicitor, Criminal Court of Record — Emerson Allsworth, re- 
signed November 18, 1958, Thomas M. Coker, Jr., commis- 
sioned December 31, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — W. E. Bunch, Jr. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Charles F. Goggin, Jr., Ft. Lau- 
derdale. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Jack Yeslow, Hollywood. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Robert M. Arnold, Pompano 
Beach. 

Judge, Court of Crimes — Thomas F. Tompkins, Jr. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George C. Petersen, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 2 — H. Vivian Saxon, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 3— John W. Bell, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 4 — Tony Salvino, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 5 — J. Herbert Burke, Hollywood. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. W. Parrish, Pompano Beach. 

District No. 2 — Joseph J. Marquette, Ft. Lauderdale, re- 
moved by Senate May 17, 1957 and Dean A. Dessenberger, 
Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 4, 1957 until first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1961. 

District No. 3 — John O. Calvin, Hollywood. 

District No. 4 — H. Don Moore, Dania. 

District No. 5 — Robert E. Ferris, Ft. Lauderdale. 

BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — E. J. Crowells, Hollywood, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957 for four yeai's. 

District No. 1 — Nelson De Ban, Hallandale, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for two years. Robert S. McConnaughey, 
Hollywood, commissioned January 6, 1959 for four years. 

District No. 2 — Igor A. Dart, Dania, commissioned January 
8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 3 — Wellington P. Hartman, Ft. Lauderdale, com- 
missioned January 8, 1957, for four years. 

District No. 3 — George Sawallis, Ft. Lauderdale, commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957 for two years. Fred J. Stevens, Ft. 
Lauderdale, commissioned January 6, 1959 for four years. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

R. T. Spangler, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 8, 1957 
for four years. 

SOUTH BROWARD HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

District No. 1 — D. M. Jordan, Dania, term expired July 21, 
1958, recommissioned August 13, 1958 until July 21, 1962. 

District No. 2 — Sidney S. Holland, Hollywood, term expires 
March 10, 1960. 

District No. 3 — Hilbert C. Schwartz, Hallandale, term ex- 



134 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

pired March 25, 1958, recommissioned May 21, 1958 until 

March 25, 1962. 
District No.4 — Walter Stirling, Davie, term expires April 2, 

1960. 
District No. 5 — Henry D. Perry, Hollywood, term expired 

May 24, 1958, recommissioned for four years. 

NORTH BROWARD HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

District No. 1 — C. Keith Padgett, Pompano Beach, term ex- 
pires December 13, 1960. 

District No. 2 — Hugh D. Stillman, Pompano Beach, commis- 
sioned January 9, 1957 until May 7, 1958, recommissioned 
May 19, 1958 until May 7, 1962. 

District No. 3 — James C. Dean, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires 
July 13, 1959. 

District No. 4 — Wyatt B. Hodges, Ft. Lauderdale, term ex- 
pired June 29, 1957, recommissioned for four year term. 

District No. 5 — George A. Scheigert, Ft. Lauderdale, term ex- 
pires July 20, 1959. 

District No. 6 — John D. Easterlin, Ft. Lauderdale, term ex- 
pired June 27, 1957, recommissioned June 28, 1957 until 
June 27, 1961. 

District No. 7 — William J. Kelley, Ft. Lauderdale, term ex- 
pired June 29, 1957, recommissioned July 10, 1957 until 
June 29, 1961. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Harry A. Earle, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned August 12, 1957 
until August 16, 1957, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned November 18, 1957 until August 16, 1959. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

C. J. Atwater, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned Janu- 
ary 20, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Janu- 
ary 1960. 

Genevieve M. Ryan, Dania, commissioned January 8, 1957 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 1959. 

Bruce B. Blount, Pompano Beach, commissioned January 8, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 
1959. 



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NAPOLEON B. BROWARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

L. Winkelhake, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 8, 1957 

until January 6, 1959. 
Warren J. North, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned December 1, 

1958 for two years. 
Jim Burden, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned December 1, 1958 

for two years. 

FERN CREST IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 

Blanche Forman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 3, 1957 

until December 31, 1958. 
H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 3, 1957 

until December 31, 1959. 
Charles R. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 3, 

1957 until December 31, 1959. 
Charles Serriani, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 3, 1957 

until December 31, 1960. 
Hamilton C. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 3, 

1957 until December 31, 1960. 

CALHOUN 
County Judge — Sidney Parrish. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 
Sheriff— W. C. Reeder. 
Tax Assessor — J. K. Musgrove. 
Tax Collector— J. Drew Hall. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — George Atkins. 
Supervisor of Registration, Walton Bozeman. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Woodrow Aultman, Blountstown. 
District No. 2— Albert Tindel, Altha. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Altha. 
District No. 4 — Ben H. Stone, Jr., Kinard. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Cox, Blountstown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Raymond Branton, Blountstown. 

District No. 2 — E. Z. Kearce, Blountstown. 

District No. 3 — Preston Nichols, Altha. 

District No. 4 — L. E. Porter, Blountstown. 



136 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 5 — J. H. Bamburg, Clarksville. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Ralph Home, Blountstown. 

CALHOUN COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Chester A. McClellan, Blountstown, commissioned March 22, 

1957 for one year, recommissioned March 24, 1958 until 

March 22, 1962. 
Barney Shelton, Altha, commissioned May 8, 1957 for two 

years. 
George Waldorff, Sr., Altha, commissioned May 8, 1957 for 

three years. 
J. A. McCaskill, Jr., Blountstown, commissioned March 25, 

1957 for four years. 
Monroe Johnson, Kinard, commissioned June 6, 1957 for one 

year, recommissioned July 8, 1958 until June 6, 1962. 

CHARLOTTE 
County Judge — John T. Rose, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — J. T. Lawhorne. 
Sheriff — Travis Parnell. 
Tax Assessor — Claude Roberts. 
Tax Collector— Mrs. E. B. Yeager. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Homer L. Jones. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 
County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Edward L. Gerson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James E. Miller, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 2 — Shuby E. Locklear, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 3 — H. H. Anger, Englewood. 

District No. 4— H. S. O'Neil, Charlotte Harbor. 

District No. 5 — John R. Jack, Jr., Punta Gorda. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. S. Hancock, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2— J. T. Manning, Punta Gorda. 



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District No. 3 — L. A. Ainger, Englewood. 

District No. 4 — Mrs. Harry Hartt, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 5 — Elmer Silcox, Punta Gorda, resigned April 
24, 1958 and James A. McCuUough, Punta Gorda, commis- 
sioned May 7, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

Districts 1 & 2 — ^Harry R. Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLE 

Districts 1 & 2 — Thomas E. Koon, Punta Gorda, resigned 
April 3, 1958. 

CITRUS 
County Judge — O. Frank Scofield. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Francis W. Williams. 
Sheriff — Burton R. Quinn. 
Tax Assessor — Hugh C. Barco. 
Tax Collector — E. Van Anderson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harry K. Buie. 
Supervisor of Registration — Ernest C. Johnston. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harley Levins, Crystal River. 

District No. 2 — Clyde Byrd, Homosassa. 

District No. 3 — Ellis H. Roberts, Lecanto. 

District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Brooksville, deceased and 

James E. Rooks, Jr., Floral City, commissioned July 17, 

1957 until January 6, 1959. 
District No, 5 — Robert N. Gilstrap, Inverness. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Emma E. Bellah, Hernando. 

District No. 2 — Clifford K. Harmon, Homosassa. 

District No. 3 — Flossie L. Bassett, Floral City. 

District No. 4 — Ralph F. Rooks, Crystal River. 

District No. 5 — H. L. Connell, Inverness. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — O. C. Roddenberry, Dunnellon. 
District No. 3 — N. J. Solyer, Hernando. 



138 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4— John W. Daniels, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — S. O. Porter, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Johnnie W. Hamilton, Crystal River, resigned 

July 10, 1957. 
District No. 2 — John J. Brown, Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — Baker Miley, Hernando. 
District No. 4— Clyde B. Peters, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — Dennis Wilkins, Inverness. 

CITRUS COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

B. F. Dibble, Inverness, commissioned November 27, 1957 

until July 11, 1961. 
George H. Brannen, Inverness, term expired July 5, 1957, and 

J. A. Hester, Inverness, commissioned September 4, 1958 

until July 5, 1961. 
William L. Spivey, Floral City, resigned August 22, 1957. 

Coke Flannagan, Inverness, commissioned August 30, 1957 

until July 8, 1958, recommissioned August 20, 1958 until 

July 8, 1962. 
Elmo Reed, Homosassa Springs, resigned April 24, 1958 and 

W. Harvey Edwards, Crystal River, commissioned April 30, 

1958 until July 8, 1959. 
John H. Williams, Crystal River, commissioned February 14, 

1957 until July 7, 1960. 

CITRUS COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Gail M. Osterhout, Inverness, commissioned February 18, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

James W. Harman, Homosassa Springs, commissioned Febru- 
ary 18, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

Brown Dumas, Sr., Crystal River, commissioned February 18, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959, 
recommissioned for four year term. 

BOARD OF THE TSALA APOPKA BASIN RECREATION AND WATER 
CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

Frank H. Leslie, Inverness, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned August 8, 1956 until June 19, 1959. 



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N. B. Spires, Hernando, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned August 24, 1956 until June 11, 1960. 

E. A. Zellner, Floral City, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned October 3, 1956 until June 25, 1958 and Edward 
B. Gary, Floral City, commissioned October 3, 1958 until 
next Senate. 

CLAY 

County Judge — Thomas J. Rivers. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — George L. Carlisle. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Tax Assessor — Claude H. Smith, deceased and Floyd I. Gnann 
commissioned April 4, 1958 until January 6, 1959. Louise 
G. Smith commissioned January 6, 1959 for two years. 

Tax Collector — E. Wayne Geiger. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Hirris C. Long. 

Supervisor of Registration — L. E. Wilson. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — J. C. Sapp. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Luther E. Wilson, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2— Walter G. Odum, Doctors Inlet. 
District No. 3 — Marvin Green, Middleburg. 
District No. 4 — O. J. Murrhee, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — L. H. Lancaster, Green Cove Springs. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. M. Burkhalter, Sr., Penny Farms. 

District No. 2 — W. E. Cherry, Doctors Inlet. 

District No. 3 — Frances W. Morgan, Keystone Heights, de- 
ceased and A. E. Anthony, Jr., Keystone Heights, commis- 
sioned January 20, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 4 — Jack Wilkinson, Maxville. 

District No. 5 — Roy Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — David L. Talbott, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — Joel L. Stephens, Orange Park, deceased and 
Maxine Stephens Boatwright, Orange Park, commissioned 
January 20, 1958 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 
two years. 



140 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3— Chas. B. Frisbee, Middleburg. 

District No. 4— T. M. Finley, Lake Geneva. 

District No. 5 — Thelma Stallings, Green Cove Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2— Carl E. Mosley, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — Irving Padgett, Middleburg. 
District No. 4— W. F. Cooley, Starke. 
District No. 5 — Joe Herbert, Green Cove Springs. 

CLAY COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 

(Original Members named in the Act creating the Authority) 
District No. 2 — Hoyt B. Cotney, Orange Park, commissioned 

November 10, 1958 until June 14, 1962. 
District No. 3 — D. W. Wilkinson, Orange Park, commissioned 

December 18, 1958 until June 14, 1962. 

CLAY COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — F. Ion Robinson, term expires July 12, 1959. 

District No. 2 — W. A. Jansen, Orange Park, term expired 
July 12, 1957, recommissioned September 16, 1957 until 
July 12, 1961. 

District No. 3 — Minnie Lou Clark, Middleburg, commissioned 
February 6, 1956 until July 12, 1959. 

District No. 4 — G. E. Wiggins, Keystone Heights, term ex- 
pired July 12, 1957, recommissioned September 17, 1957 
until July 12, 1961. 

District No. 5 — J. Hoyle Brown, term expires July 12, 1959. 

CLAY COUNTY ZONING COMMISSION 

Edward Van Wagenen, Green Cove Springs, commissioned 

October 22, 1957 for two years. 
Elliott Maguire, Green Cove Springs, commissioned October 

21, 1957 for two years. 
John K. Bradley, Green Cove Springs, commissioned October 

18, 1957 for two years. 
Louie Can ova, Jr., Middleburg, commissioned October 21, 

1957 for three years. 
William H. Croft, Green Cove Springs, commissioned October 

21, 1957 for four years. 



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William M. Courtney, Orange Park, commissioned October 
18, 1957 for four years. 

John A. Gilliland, Orange Park, commissioned October 18, 
1957 for four years. 

M. G. Conway, Green Cove Springs, commissioned Novem- 
ber 18, 1957 for three years, resigned December 2, 1958 and 
Al Nelson, Keystone Heights, commissioned November 14, 
1957 for three years. 

COLLIER 

County Judge — S. S. Jolley. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Ed Scott. 

Sheriff — E. A. Doug. Hendry. 

Tax Assessor — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector — A. P. Ayers. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — W. D. Reynolds. 

Supervisor of Registration — Grover C. Luther. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Walter G. Sorokoty. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Davidson, Everglades. 

District No. 2 — Winford J. Janes, Copeland. 

District No. 3— R. H. Goodlette, Naples. 

District No. 4 — J. Lorenzo Walker, Naples, resigned January 

14, 1957 and Henry B. Watkins, Jr., Naples, commissioned 

January 31, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 
District No. 5 — Ewell F, Moore, Immokalee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. L. Strandberg, Everglades, resigned De- 
cember 1, 1958. 

District No. 2 — Clyde L, Clifton, Everglades, deceased and 
Philip L. Crews, Immokalee, commissioned November 14, 
1957 until January 3, 1961. 

District No. 3— Elva B. Griffis, Marco. 

District No. 4 — Leo R. Chickering, Naples. 

District No. 5— W. M. Littlefield, Immokalee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Albin Gerish, Everglades. 
District No. 3— G. E. Carroll, Naples. 



142 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — O. W. Hancock, Immokalee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Joseph M. Hunter, Everglades, resigned Oc- 
tober 16, 1958. 

District No. 3— R. G. Sharp, Naples. 

District No. 4 — Joe P. Brown, Immokalee, suspended Janu- 
ary 21, 1958. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. D. Roberts, Immokalee, commissioned August 9, 1957 until 
August 16, 1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned November 25, 1957 until August 16, 1959. 

NAPLES MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Lovell C. Meadors, Jr., Naples, term expires January 6, 1959. 
E. L. Bowling, Naples, term expires January 6, 1959, 
Cale H. Jones, Naples, term expires January, 6, 1959. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

J. J. Gormican, Everglades, term expired December 9, 1957. 
H. L. Pettit, Copeland, term expired December 9, 1957. 
T. Kelly Gantt, Marco, term expired December 9, 1957. 
C. A. Tuell, Naples, term expired December 9, 1957. 
Joe W. Smith, Immokalee, term expired January 8, 1957. 

IMMOKALEE FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Sam E. Heath, Everglades, commissioned April 2, 1957 until 
January 6, 1959. 

Jack Whisnant, Everglades, commissioned April 24, 1957 until 
January 3, 1961. 

Roy Miller, Everglades, commissioned July 8, 1957 until Jan- 
uary 6, 1959. 

COLLIER COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Margaret T. Scott, Everglades, commissioned November 14, 

1957 for one year, recommissioned November 24, 1958 until 

November 14, 1962. 
Elva B. Griffis, Marco, commissioned November 14, 1957 for 

two years. 
Benjamin G. Parks, Naples, commissioned November 14, 1957 

for three years. 



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Richard M. Stanley, Immokalee, commissioned November 14, 

1957 for three years. 
Doris E. Gandees, Naples, commissioned November 22, 1957 

for two years. 

COLUMBIA 
County Judge — G. A. Buie, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court— G. W. Robarts. 
Sheriff— Ralph P. Witt. 
Tax Assessor — Theo J. Kirby. 
Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Buford H. Galloway. 
Supervisor of Registration — Ernest Green. 
County Surveyor — B. G. Moore. 
County Attorney — W. Joe Ferguson. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Milo I. Thomas, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— P. M. Sandlin, Lake City. 
District No. 2— Van Giebeig, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — James R. Tison, Lake City. 
District No. 4— R. P. Dicks, Lake City. 
District No. 5 — Robert F. Bedenbaugh, Lake City. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Israel E. Hunter, Lake City. 

District No. 2— Clayton Pope, Fort White. 

District No. 3 — L. J. Arnold, Jr., Lake City. 

District No. 4 — Wallace A. Bailey, Lulu. 

District No. 5 — X. L. Lindsey, Lake City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — J. B. Sparkman, Fort White. 
District No. 10— F. W. Bedenbaugh, Lake City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6— John W. Martin, Fort White. 
District No. 10— Harry K. Roberts, Lake City. 

LAKE SHORE HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

D. B. Odom, Lake City, term expired August 1, 1957, recom- 
missioned for four year term. 



144 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

J, A. Fields, Lake City, term expired July 20, 1958, recommis- 
sioned September 19, 1958 until July 20, 1962. 

H. G. Cochran, Jr., Lake City, resigned July 1, 1957 and James 
D. Ward, Lake City, commissioned July 25, 1957 until July 
20, 1959. 

George Collins, Fort White, term expires July 25, 1959. 

Leon E. Summers, Lake City, tenn expires July 20, 1960. 

DADE 
County Judge — W. F. Blanton. 
County Judge — Frank B. Dowling. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 
Sheriff— Thomas J. Kelly. 

Tax Assessor — John A. Gautier (abolished as of May 1, 1958) . 
Tax Collector — Earnest Overstreet (abolished as of May 1, 

1958) . 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — Joe Hall. 
Supervisor of Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. (abolished as of 

May 1, 1958) . 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Sidney L. Segall, Miami. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Raymond G. Nathan. 
County Surveyor — Edw^in R. Brownell (abolished as of May 

1, 1958). 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Ben C. Willard. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — George E. Schulz. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Gene Williams. 
Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — J. F. McCracken. 
Judge, Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court — Walter H. Beck- 
ham. 
Judge, Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court — W. R. Cul- 

breath. 
Judge, Civil Court of Record — David J. Heffernan. 
Judge, Civil Court of Record — Norman Hendry. 
Judge, Civil Court of Record — J. Tillman Pearson, resigned 

July 1, 1957 and Hal P. Dekle, Miami, commissioned July 

29, 1957 until July 11, 1959. 
Judge, Civil Court of Record — John R. Blanton. 
County Purchasing Agent — W. D. Joyce (abolished as of May 

1, 1958). 



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Judge, Court of Crimes — Gene Williams, resigned October 1, 

1957. 
Judge, Court of Crimes — George E. Schulz, resigned October 

1, 1957. 
Probation and Parole Officer — R. B. Eavenson. 
Probation Officer of the Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court 

— W. Ira Hazlett, resigned November 22, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Farris N. Cowart, Miami; Robert M. Haver- 
field, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Edwin Lee Mason, Opa-locka; Benjamin C. 
McGahey, Miami. 

District Three — John B. McLeod, Miami; Joseph A. Boyd, Jr., 
Hialeah. 

District No. Four — Ralph A. Fossey, Miami; W. Weiss, Home- 
stead. 

District No. 5 — Charles F. Hall, Miami Beach; Alexander S. 
Gordon, Miami Beach. 

City of Miami District — Arthur H. Patten, Jr., Miami. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. S. Butler, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Mrs. Helene J. Vosloh, Miami Springs. 
District No. 3 — C. Raymond Van Dusen, Miami Springs. 
District No. 4 — E. L. Allsworth, Miami Springs, resigned 

June 3, 1958 and C. T. McCrimmon, Miami, conmiissioned 

July 18, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 
District No. 5 — Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach. 
County at Large — S. D. Phillips, Jr., Miami, resigned July 21, 

1958 and Jesse H. Yarborough, Miami, commissioned July 

28, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 
County at Large — Jane S. Roberts, Coral Gables. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Hugh F. DuVal, Jr., Miami. 
District No. 2 — Francis J. Christie, Miami. 
District No. 3— Ruth L. Sutton, Coral Gables. 
District No. 4 — Sylvester P. Adair, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Malvin Englander, Miami Beach. 



146 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. M. Hudson, Miami. 
District No. 2 — George F. Rogers, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Thelma R. Hardison, Miami. 
District No. 4 — George E. Wright, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Rocky Pomerance, Miami Beach. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

I. M. Weinstein, Miami, term expired July 8, 1957, recommis- 
sioned March 11, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January 1959. 

T. V. Moore, III, term expired first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January, 1958, recommissioned January 22, 1958 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1960. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

J. A. Guyton, Miami, term expired January 6, 1959. 
George M. Wilson, Coral Gables, commissioned January 6, 
1959 for four years. 

DADE COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Robert A. Schade, Coral Gables, term expired October 1, 
1955, recommissioned July 1, 1957 until October 1, 1958. 

Bernard M. Trammell, Miami, term expired August 15, 1958, 
recommissioned January 12, 1959 until August 15, 1961. 

D. Earl Wilson, Miami, term expired August 22, 1958. 

Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami, term expires September 20, 1959. 

Jos. H. Pero, Jr., Miami, term expires September 29, 1959. 

DADE COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

(Abolished by Home Rule Carter adopted May 21, 1957.) 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

A. E. DeVille, Ojus, commissioned August 1, 1957 until Oc- 
tober 2, 1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
November 4, 1957 until October 2, 1959. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

George S. O'Kell, Jr., confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned August 13, 1956 until November 18, 1959. 

J. B. Tompkins, Miami Beach, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned August 13, 1956 until October 25, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 147 

Julian M. Fernandez, Miami Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
and Commissioned August 13, 1956 until December 2, 1959. 

Carl W. Rom, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned August 31, 1956 until November 27, 1959. 

David S. Batcheller, Miami, commissioned November 28, 1956 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned May 29, 1957 until November 5, 1959. 

METROPOLITAN CHARTER BOARD 

Max Orovitz, Miami Beach, term expired June 30, 1957. 

C. H. Crandon, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Mitchell Wolfson, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

S. D. Phillips, Jr., Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

J. D. Ryan, Miami Springs, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Mrs. John A. Baker, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Geo. H. Cooper, Princeton, term expired June 30, 1957. 

William L. Pallot, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Joseph J. Orr, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

William Grogan, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

W. Keith Phillips, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Franklin Parson, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Mrs. Malvina W. Liebman, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

Kurt Peiser, Miami Beach, term expired June 30, 1957. 

George S. O'Kell, Sr., Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

H. Franklin Williams, Coral Gables, term expired June 30, 

1957. 
Wm. D. Singer, Miami, term expired June 30, 1957. 

GRAND JURY COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Frances T. Rosendale, Coral Gables, commis- 
sioned August 19, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 2 — O. W. Brady, Sr., Miami, commissioned July 
29, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 3 — W. B. Buchanan, Sr., Miami, commissioned 
July 29, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 4 — J. Max O'Neill, Miami, commissioned July 31, 
1957 for two years, resigned November 24, 1958 and George 
C. Pedersen, Perrine, commissioned December 8, 1958 until 
July 31, 1959. 

District No. 5 — Abraham A. Rothstein, Miami Beach, com- 
missioned August 5, 1957 for two years. 



148 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

DESOTO 

County Judge — Gordon Hays. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Leslie E. Avant. 

Sheriff— Lloyd R. Holton. 

Tax Assessor — Margaret McAnly. 

Tax Collector — Quitmon Brown. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Charles O. Weaver. 

Supervisor of Registration — Tom W. Pate. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William W. Dishong. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harold Garner, Arcadia. 

District No. 2 — J. Maston Bates, Arcadia. 

District No. 3 — Arthur D. Shelfer, Arcadia, resigned August 
15, 1958 and Henry M. Lanier, Arcadia, commissioned Au- 
gust 20, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 4 — S. N. Smith, Arcadia. 

District No. 5 — J. A. Craft, Arcadia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. F. Hollingsworth, Arcadia. 

District No. 2 — George W. Boring, Arcadia. 

District No. 3 — Harold S. Johnson, Nocatee. 

District No. 4 — E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 

District No. 5 — T. R. Brown, Arcadia. 

DIXIE 

County Judge — Ike C. Harmon. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland. 
Sheriff— Al Parker. 
Tax Assessor — J. B. Sanders. 
Tax Collector— D. E. Butler. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Hilton F. Jones. 
Supervisor of Registration — Willie Gene Odlund. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Royal C. Dunn, commissioned 
September 13, 1957 until September 11, 1959. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Warren Barber, Cross City. 
District No. 2— John O. Green, Old Town. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 149 

District No. 3 — Hal Chewning, Cross City. 

District No. 4— C. C. Wilder, Cross City. 

District No. 5 — George Peacock, Horseshoe Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Ethel May Driggers, Old Town. 

District No. 2— Hildred McCaskill, Cross City. 

District No. 3 — Grady Hires, Steinhatchee. 

District No. 4 — W. L. Stephenson, Branford. 

District No. 5 — Herbert A. Langston, Cross City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jack Fuquay, Cross City. 
District No. 2 — Edgar Futch, Cross City. 

DUVAL 

County Judge — McKinney J. Davis. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Leonard W. Thomas. 

Sheriff — Al Cahill, suspended January 30, 1958 and Dale G. 
Carson, commissioned January 30, 1958 during suspension. 

Tax Assessor — Leon E. Forbes. 

Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ish Brant. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fleming H. Bowden. 

Judge, Criminal Court of Record — William T. Harvey. 

Judge, Criminal Court of Record — A. Lloyd Layton, commis- 
sioned November 13, 1956 until January 6, 1959, recommis- 
sioned for four year term. 

Sohcitor, Criminal Court of Record — Lacy Mahon, Jr. 

Clerk, Civil and Criminal Court of Record — Kathleen L. Hart- 
ley. 

Judge, Civil Court of Record — Burton Barrs, term expired 
May 5, 1957, recommissioned May 23, 1957 until May 5, 
1961. 

Probation & Parole Officer — P. Bedford Wright, term expires 
June 15, 1959. 

Judge, Juvenile Court — Marion W. Gooding, term expires Au- 
gust 18, 1959. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — W. Shannon Linning 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. B. Mallard, Sr., Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Julian Warren, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Joe Burnett, Jacksonville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Raymond A. David, Jacksonville. 

District No. 2 — Martinez Baker, Jacksonville. 

District No. 3 — A. E. Stokes, Whitehouse. 

District No. 4 — Lassiter A. Mason, Jacksonville, resigned Au- 
gust 22, 1957 and William L. Queen, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned September 10, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 5 — Ned Pete Searcy, Jacksonville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — R. D. Pendarvis, Jr., Dinsmore. 
District No. 3— L. C. Oliver, Baldwin. 
District No. 4 — Geo. A. Harris, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — D. Harley Giddens, Jacksonville Beach. 
District No. 8 — Steve J. Targonski, Bayard. 
District No. 9 — Genevieve K. Medlock, Jacksonville. 
District No. 10 — Dorcas B. Drake, Jacksonville. 
District No. 11 — Sarah Bryan, Jacksonville. 
District No. 12 — T. O. Holmes, Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— D. M. Keen, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3 — Emory V. Roberts, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — Lonnie A. Sikes, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — Frank E. Brunson, Jr., Jacksonville Beach. 

District No. 8 — Robert G. Hartley, Jacksonville. 

District No. 9 — Geo. H. Brown, Jr., Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — J. R. Carmichael, Jacksonville. 

District No. 11 — A. M. Stephens, Jacksonville. 

District No. 12 — W. T. Woodward, Jacksonville. 

DUVAL COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — George L. Proctor, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned June 7, 1955 until June 7, 1959. 



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District No. 2 — W. T. Dow, Jacksonville, deceased and Basil 
J. Walker commissioned August 8, 1957 until June 7, 1960. 

District No. 3 — Fred E. Biggs, Jacksonville, commissioned 
June 10, 1955 until June 5, 1959. 

District No. 4 — Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr., Jacksonville, com- 
missioned June 8, 1956 until June 4, 1960. 

District No. 5 — Wm. H. Dowling, Jacksonville, commissioned 
June 14, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 

DUVAL COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE BOARD 

District No. 1 — Carl M. Taylor, Jacksonville, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for two years, recommissioned January 6, 
1959 for four years. 

District No. 2 — Walter N. Pace, Jacksonville, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years, deceased and Elizabeth H. 
Pace commissioned April 16, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 
Carleton R. Barber, Jacksonville, commissioned January 6, 
1959 for two years. 

District No. 3 — James E. Ross, Jacksonville, term expired 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

District No. 4 — Paul R. Akin, Jacksonville, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 5 — Marshall D. Heeth, Jacksonville, term ex- 
pired January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

L. G. Armstrong, Jacksonville, term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, A. D., 1958, recommissioned 
February 27, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January, A. D., 1960. 

John S. Bond, Sr., Jacksonville, commissioned January 8, 
1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 
1959. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

D. Byron King, Jacksonville, term expired January 6, 1959, 
recommissioned for four year term. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

James C. Merrill, Jacksonville, deceased and Kenneth A. Mer- 
rill, Sr., Jacksonville, commissioned March 27, 1958 until 
the next Senate. 



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George W. Milam, Jacksonville, term expired February 19, 
1959. 

Clarence Ashby, Jacksonville, term expires February 19, 1959. 

Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville, term expires February 19, 
1959. 

H. C. Avery, Jacksonville, term expired February 19, 1959, 
deceased and Henry L. Hartley commissioned July 10, 1957 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned October 15, 1957 until February 19, 1959. 

DUVAL COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

Mrs. Walter M. Ford, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 
1957, recommissioned October 8, 1957 until July 10, 1961. 

Crawford Solomon, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 1957, 
recommissioned August 6, 1957 until July 10, 1961. 

Mrs. Richard H. Harlan, Jr., Jacksonville, term expired July 
10, 1957, recommissioned September 23, 1957 until July 10, 
1961. 

Mrs. John Rosenblum, Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 
1959. 

G. Dekle Taylor, Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 1959. 

J. R. White, Jacksonville, resigned February 28, 1957 and 
Frank Schwalbe, Jacksonville, commissioned March 11, 
1957 until July 10, 1959. 

Mrs. George L. Nunn, Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 1959. 

Clarence G. King, Jr., Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 
1959. 

Edward Jelks, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 1957, re- 
commissioned August 19, 1957 until July 10, 1961. 

DUVAL COUNTY BEACHES HOSPITAL BOARD 

H. A. Durden, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1957. 

William F. Strickland, Mayport, term expired July 1, 1957, 
recommissioned October 28, 1957 until July 1, 1961, resigned 
October 15, 1958 and Geo. W. Mozo, Jr., Atlantic Beach, 
commissioned January 6, 1959 until July 1, 1961. 

Dr. Adolph Cone, Jacksonville Beach, office vacant and John 
A. Reid, Atlantic Beach, commissioned February 22, 1957 
until July 1, 1959, resigned December 31, 1958 and Theodore 
W. Glocker, Jr., Atlantic Beach, commissioned January 6, 



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1959 until July 1, 1959. 
Mrs. Leo S. Woodard, Jacksonville Beach, term expires July 

1, 1959. 
James D. Goodloe, Neptune Beach, term expired July 1, 1957, 

recommissioned August 19, 1957 until July 1, 1961. 

JACKSONVILLE EXPRESSWAY AUTHORITY 

Irving J. Pemberton, Jacksonville, term expired August 10, 

1958, recommissioned September 17, 1958 until August 10, 
1962. 

James H. O'Reilly, Jacksonville, term expired August 4, 1957, 

recommissioned August 6, 1957 until August 4, 1961. 
Lucius A. Buck, Jacksonville, term expires August 4, 1959. 

EAST DUVAL COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Bonnie L Smith, Jacksonville, resigned June 25, 1958 and 

William Lanier Tribble, Jacksonville Beach, commissioned 

July 8, 1958 until November 8, 1959. 
Daniel B. McNeill, Jacksonville, resigned June 25, 1958 and 

Chas. F. McKay, M.D., Jacksonville Beach, commissioned 

July 8, 1958 until November 8, 1959. 

ESCAMBIA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 
Sheriff— Emmett Shelby. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Wm. J. Woodham, Jr. 
Tax Assessor — M. B. Jones. 
Tax Collector — Ben L. Davis. 
Supervisor of Registration — Joe Oldmixon. 
Judge, Court of Record — Ernest E. Mason. 
Judge, Court of Record — Kirke M. Beall. 

Judge, Juvenile Division of the Court of Record — Theodore F, 
Bruno, commissioned November 26, 1956 until January 6, 

1959, recommissioned for six year term. 

Solicitor, Court of Record — John L. Reese, term expired Jan- 
uary 6, 1959 and Henry R. Barksdale, Pensacola, commis- 
sioned January 6, 1959 for four year term. 

Clerk, Court of Record — Ernie Lee Magaha. 



154 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Judge, Small Claims Court — William H. Anderson, term ex- 
pired January 1, 1957, recommissioned March 20, 1957 until 
January 1, 1961. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Vincent A. Caro, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — A. S. Cobb, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — Clint Reilly, deceased and Royal Untreiner, 

Pensacola, commissioned December 3, 1958 until January 3, 

1961. 
District No. 4 — Jno. R. Jones, Pensacola. 
District No. 5 — W. M. Powell, Pensacola. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. S. Edwards, Pensacola. 

District No. 2— F. M. Blount, Pensacola. 

District No. 3— L. D. McArthur. 

District No. 4. A. F. Vaughn, Atmore. 

District No. 5 — Irving F. Welch, Pensacola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Edna Brazwell, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — L. B. Morgan, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — E. G. Archer, Cantonment. 

District No. 4 — Billy Glenn Ward, Atmore. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. E. Harrison, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — W. J. Kelson, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Nolen L. Booker, Cantonment. 
District No. 4 — Grover C. Blanton, McDavid. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Jesse E. Watson, Sr., Pensacola, term expired June 6, 1957, 

confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned for four year 

term. 

A. E. Langford, Pensacola, deceased and Randall Bell, Sr., 

Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 

24, 1957 until June 6, 1961. 



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Joseph Roe, Pensacola, deceased and John J. McCabe, Pensa- 
cola, commissioned February 1, 1957 until the next Senate, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 6, 1957 
for four years. 

WilUam V. Fauria, Pensacola, term expired June 6, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 25, 1957 
until June 6, 1961. 

Joseph F. Marques, Jr., Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 6, 1957 for four years. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Capt. Bennie Edmundson, Pensacola, term expired May 20, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 6, 
1957 until May 20, 1959. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

J. A. Jacobi, Molino, commissioned May 21, 1957 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958, recommis- 
sioned March 25, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January 1960. 

M. B. Gibson, Pensacola, commissioned April 24, 1958 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 1959. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Paul F. Baranco, Pensacola, term expired October 2, 1958. 
Forsyth Caro, Pensacola, term expired December 1, 1957, and 

M. C. Blanchard, Pensacola, commissioned January 13, 1958 

until December 1, 1961. 
E. F. Sisson, Pensacola, term expires October 6, 1959. 
A. L. Whigham, Century, term expires October 3, 1960. 
Lottie Mandeville, Pensacola, resigned November 25, 1957 and 

Dakin B. Ferris, Pensacola, commissioned December 4, 1957 

until October 4, 1960. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ESCAMBIA COUNTY WATER 
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 

Oliver J. Semmes, Jr., Pensacola, commissioned September 
10, 1957 for three years. 

Joe F. Marques, Jr., Pensacola, commissioned September 9, 
1957 for one year and Calvin L. Todd, Pensacola, commis- 
sioned October 6, 1958 until September 9, 1962. 

J. H. McCormack, Pensacola, commissioned September 12, 
1957 for two years. 



156 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE BOARD 

W. L. Wheeler, Pensacola, term expired February 13, 1957, 

recommissioned February 14, 1957 until February 13, 1961. 
Harry L. Robinson, Pensacola, term expired February 13, 1957 

and R. Reinhardt Holm, Pensacola, commissioned February 

13, 1957 until February 13, 1961. 
Frank D. Wagner, Pensacola, term expired February 9, 1957 

and Robert F. Ellis, Jr., commissioned February 9, 1957 

until February 9, 1961. 

QUADRICENTENNIAL COMMISSION OF PENSACOLA 

J. McHenry Jones, Pensacola, commissioned July 18, 1958 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 
Joseph F. Marques, Jr., Pensacola, commissioned July 21, 1958 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 
Raymond C. Dyson, Pensacola, commissioned July 21, 1958 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 
Charles P. Woodbury, Pensacola, cormnissioned July 24, 1958 

until the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January 

1961. 
R. Morey Hart, Pensacola, commissioned August 4, 1958 until 

the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January 1961. 

FLAGLER 

County Judge — Duane A. Deen. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Ralph E. Harbert. 

Sheriff — Homer W. Brooks. 

Tax Assessor — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector— J. F. Mercer. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Z. D. Holland. 

Supervisor of Registration — Gladys Deen. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — W. L. Wadsworth resigned Feb- 
ruary 8, 1957 and Francis G. Mark commissioned June 24, 
1957 until January 6, 1959. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John A. Clegg, Bunnell. 

District No. 2 — George E. Wickline, Flagler Beach. 

District No. 3— C. H. Cowart, Bunnell. 

District No. 4 — Alfred R. Tucker, Bunnell. 

District No. 5 — E. A. Hunter, Bunnell. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Herschel C. King, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — Raymon F. Tucker, Bunnell. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Dunson, Bunnell. 
District No. 4 — Harold Emery, Bunnell. 
District No. 5 — J. H. McKnight, Jr., Bunnell. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— R. A. Powell, Bunnell. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Philip A. Edmonson, Bunnell. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

O. F. Alford, Bunnell, term expires January 6, 1959, recom- 
missioned for four year term. 

FLAGLER COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 

W. C. Sullivan, Bunnell, commissioned January 8, 1958 until 

December 15, 1961. 
W. D. Kudma, Bunnell, commissioned January 8, 1958 until 

December 15, 1960. 

FRANKLIN 
County Judge — Raymond M. Witherspoon. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Robert L. Howell. 
Sheriff— Herbert O. Marshall. 
Tax Assessor — Fred W. Richards. 
Tax Collector— Oscar C. Melvin. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Curtis McLean. 
Supervisor of Registration — Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Clifford C. Land, East Point. 

District No. 2 — Peter W. Comforter, Apalachicola. 

District No. 3 — J. G. Bruce, Apalachicola. 

District No. 4 — Phillip Ovid Schoelles, Apalachicola. 

District No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Catherine Floyd, Apalachicola, resigned Au- 
gust 15, 1958 and Milton Houseman commissioned Novem- 
ber 10, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — J. P. Massey, Carrabelle. 



158 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — George W. Creamer, East Point. 
District No. 4 — Paul M. Wasmund, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5 — Harry H. Falk, Apalachicola. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clyde M. Melvin, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3— C. H. Miller, East Point. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Clifton W. Robbins, Apalachicola, term expired January 31, 

1957 and L. A. Scott, Apalachicola, commissioned October 
2, 1957 until January 31, 1961. 

T. J. Bush, Apalachicola, term expired January 27, 1957 and 
Elgin E. Sizemore, Apalachicola, commissioned September 
16, 1957 until January 27, 1961. 

Sebun Jackson, Carrabelle, term expired February 4, 1958 
and T. J. Bush, Apalachicola, commissioned October 22, 

1958 until January 4, 1962. 

George Eugene Melvin, Apalachicola, term expires January 

27, 1959. 
G. W. Segree, East Point, term expires January 27, 1960. 

GADSDEN 

County Judge — H. Y. Reynolds. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Edwin Baur. 

Sheriff— Otho Edwards. 

Tax Assessor — Tewy McPherson. 

Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — M. D. Walker. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. Love Hutchinson. 

County Surveyor — James D. Shelfer. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss, deceased and Wil- 
liam D. Lines commissioned November 4, 1957 until January 
6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Fred G. Shelfer, Havana. 
District No. 2 — E. P. Woodward, Quincy, 
District No. 3 — H. B. Hirt, Chattahoochee. 
District No. 4 — Thomas Smith, Quincy. 
District No. 5 — T. L. Maxwell, Quincy. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— C. V. Butler, Havana. 

District No. 2 — John C. Hinson, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — E. H. Fletcher, Greensboro. 

District No. 4 — Coleman O. Bevis, Chattahoochee. 

District No. 5 — H. E. Morgan, Quincy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. A. McDearmid, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Adrian Anderson, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — E. B. Shepard, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

County Judge — E. M. Akins. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Horace Thomas. 

Sheriff— Clyde L. Williams. 

Tax Assessor — A. M. Quincey. 

Tax Collector— M. J. Hall. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — G. Carl Roberts. 

Supervisor of Registration — Nellie Langston. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Miller Lang. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jack Rowell, Trenton. 

District No. 2— Cecil Corbin, Wilcox. 

District No. 3— W. O. Cannon, Bell. 

District No. 4 — Cecil Perkins, Bell. 

District No. 5 — Eudell Watson, High Springs. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Stacy Quincey, Trenton. 
District No. 2— C. K. Bryant, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — Evans Sanders, Bell. 
District No. 4 — Clyde Townsend, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Aubrey J. Watson, High Springs. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Paul Everett, Trenton. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — N. L. Curry, Trenton. 



160 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GILCHRIST COUNTY PARK BOARD 

T. E. Lindsey, Trenton, term expired January 1, 1957, recom- 

missioned August 14, 1957 until January 1, 1961. 
Lonnie Simpson, Trenton, term expires January 1, 1959. 
Jack Rowell, Ex-Officio Member. 
Evans Sanders, Ex-Officio Member. 
Robert H. Johnson, Trenton, term expires January 1, 1959. 

GLADES 

County Judge — J. M. Couse, deceased and H. I. Robinson com- 
missioned October 2, 1957 until January 6, 1959. James C. 
Fountain commissioned January 6, 1959 for two years. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — James H. Dilley. 

Sheriff— Roy D. Lundy. 

Tax Assessor — J. C. Sealey. 

Tax Collector— Cecile Y. Pape. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Edgar D. Lee. 

Supervisor of Registration — Esther B. Klutts. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. S. Aly, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2— Thomas W. Coker, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — William H. Peeples, Moore Haven. 
District No. 4 — Vance W. Whidden, Moore Haven. 
District No. 5 — L. N. Journigan, Moore Haven. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Broward M. Daniel, Moore Haven. 

District No. 2 — W. G. Perry, Moore Haven, resigned July 1, 
1958 and Philip C. Shuford commissioned July 9, 1958, re- 
signed September 30, 1958 and Tommy W. Bronson com- 
missioned October 16, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

District No. 3 — D. C. Settle, Moore Haven, resigned Decem- 
ber 10, 1958. 

District No. 4 — Wendell Howard, Moore Haven, resigned 
April 15, 1957 and Mary Joe Zehntner, Moore Haven, com- 
missioned May 23, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

District No. 5 — Lorena Skipper, Moore Haven. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

R. Wendell Click, Moore Haven, commissioned August 5, 
1957 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 



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missioned November 1, 1957 until February 9, 1958, recom- 
missioned February 28, 1958 until the next Senate. 

GULF 

County Judge — Sam P. Husband. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — George Y. Core. 

Sheriff— Byrd E. Parker. 

Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 

Tax Collector — Harland O. Pridgeon. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. C. G. Rish. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — B. B. Conklin. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — Benjamin H. Dickens commis- 
sioned March 4, 1958 until January 6, 1959 and Silas R. 
Stone, Port St. Joe, commissioned January 6, 1959 for two 
years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. J. Strickland, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2— E. C. Harden, Sr., Wewahitchka. 
District No. 3 — G. S. Croxton, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 4— J. C. Price, Port St. Joe . 
District No. 5 — Geo. W. Cooper, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBERS C/F THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clyde F. Brogdon, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 2— Fennon Talley, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 3 — Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 4— C. E. Boyer, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 5 — J. A. Whitfield, Wewahitchka, deceased and 

Joseph K. Whitfield commissioned September 2, 1958 until 

January 6, 1959. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

John Robert Smith, Port St. Joe. confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 3, 1957 until December 6, 1959. 

Durel Brigman, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned May 27, 1957 until December 6, 1959. 

T. W. Hinote, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 20, 1957 until December 6, 1959. 

Blakely Thomason, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 13, 1957 until December 6, 1959. 



162 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Dr. Wesley Grace, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 17, 1957 until December 6, 1959. 

PORT ST. JOE PORT AUTHORITY 

Tom S. Coldewey, Port St., Joe, term expires July 18, 1959. 
W. P. Gilbert, Port St. Joe, term expired July 20, 1957. 
Henry A. Campbell, Port St. Joe, term expires July 25, 1959. 
W. R. Tapper, Port St. Joe, term expired July 27, 1957. 
C. H, McKnight, Port St. Joe, term expires September 7, 1959. 

DEAD LAKES COMMISSION 

Max W. Kilbourn, Wewahitchka, term expired January 8, 

1957. 
David C. Gaskin, Wewahitchka, term expired January 8, 1957. 
C. L. Morgan, Wewahitchka, term expired January 8, 1957. 
W. C. Roche, Wewahitchka, term expired January 8, 1957, 
William H. Linton, Wewahitchka, term expired January 8, 

1957. 

GULF COUNTY GAS DISTRICT 

District No. 1 — Felton B. Smith, Wewahitchka, commissioned 
September 23, 1957 for two years. 

District No. 2 — Floyd C. Lister, Wewahitchka, commissioned 
October 10, 1957 for two years. 

District No. 3 — W. C. Forehand, Highland View, commis- 
sioned August 13, 1957 for three years. 

District No. 4 — E. F. Gunn, Port St. Joe, commissioneu Au- 
gust 26, 1957 for three years. 

District No. 5 — J. L. Sharit, Port St. Joe, commissioned Oc- 
tober 22, 1957 for four years, 

HAMILTON 
County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Thelma Lewis. 
Sheriff — Charlie Rhoden. 
Tax Assessor — J. W. Register. 
Tax Collector — Naomi Johns. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harry T. Reid. 
Supervisor of Registration — Ann C. Malpas. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No, 1 — R, L, Cunningham, Jennings, 



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District No. 2 — S. L. Smith, Jennings. 
District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Jasper. 
District No. 4 — Aaron Hogan, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — Jerry B. Smith, Jasper. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Bryant Deas, Jennings. 
District No. 2 — Allen B. Tyre, Jasper. 
District No. 3 — Frank Matthews, Jasper. 
District No. 4 — Lillian Saunders, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — Clyde Hunter, White Springs. 

HAMILTON COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Harry T. Reid, Jasper, term expired January 22, 1957, recom- 

missioned for four year term. 
Turner Jones, Jasper, term expired January 22, 1958, recom- 

missioned November 20, 1958 until January 22, 1962. 
Mrs. Ponce Sandlin, Jasper, term expired January 22, 1958, 

recommissioned for four year term. 
Billy W. Hill, term expires January 22, 1960. 
John C. Camp commissioned April 2, 1957 until January 22, 

1959. 

HARDEE 
County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Ben Coker. 
Sheriff— E. Odell Carlton. 
Tax Assessor — Anna Mae Taylor. 
Tax Collector — Curtis Ezelle. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — H. B. Dominick. 
Supervisor of Registration — Lome Yetter. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Latimer C. Farr. 
County Attorney for the Board of County Commissioners — 

Hoyt Carlton. 
County Attorney for the Board of Public Instruction — John 

J. Nedza. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. J. Johnson, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Lee Hanchey, Wauchula. 
District No. 3— Clayton Terrell, Ona. 
District No. 4 — Luke Waldron, Zolpho Springs. 
District No. 5 — Aldon Jones, Wauchula. 



164 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Earl C. Garrett, Bowling Green. 

District No. 2— R. L. Fisher, Wauchula. 

District No. 3 — Albert Pace, Zolpho Springs. 

District No. 4 — T. J. Simmons, Wauchula. 

District No. 5 — D. R. Stewart, Zolpho Springs. 

HENDRY 

County Judge — R. M. Harris. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Dorothy Moore. 

Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 

Tax Assessor — Dennis Small. 

Tax Collector— A. O. Ward. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Agnes Y. Thomas. 

Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall. 

County Attorney — Harry P. Johnson. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Selden L. Stewart. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Campbell E. Nail, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — J. O. Davidson, Labelle. 
District No. 3 — Gene Harn, Labelle. 
District No. 4 — R. C. Nowling, Clewiston. 
District No. 5 — Gratton H. George, Clewiston. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. M. Hare, Jr., Clewiston. 
District No. 2— Mildred Taylor Feller, Labelle. 
District No. 3 — Judson V. Francis, Labelle. 
District No. 4 — John B. Boy, Clewiston. 
District No. 5 — Abner H. Vann, Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Charles B. Owens, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — Wesley G. Starling, Labelle. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — G. H. Small, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — O. L. Langford, Jr., Labelle. 

HENDRY COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

Asa Townsend, Felda, term expired July 23, 1958. 



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Fred C. Sikes, Clewiston, term expired July 8, 1956, recom- 

missioned May 6, 1957 until July 8, 1960. 
W. W. Perry, Clewiston, term expired July 8, 1957, recom- 

missioned May 23, 1958 until July 8, 1961. 
Blitz Wegman, Labelle, term expires July 14, 1959. 
E. E. Kelly, Clewiston, term expires July 7, 1959. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

G. E. Etherton, Clewiston, commissioned August 7, 1957 until 
August 15, 1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned December 9, 1957 until August 15, 1959. 

THE HENDRY COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY 

Gaynam D. Rakestraw, Clewiston, term expired August 12, 

1958. 
J. R. Spratt, Labelle, term expires August 12, 1959. 
S. C. Fry, Labelle, term expired August 12, 1957. 
W. B. Barron, Labelle, term expired August 12, 1958. 
A. L. Moorman, Clewiston, term expires August 12, 1959. 

HERNANDO 

County Judge — Monroe W. Treiman. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Leamon Q. Varn. 

Sheriff — Sim L. Lowman. 

Tax Assessor — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector — Irene B. Kilpatrick. 

Superintendent of Pubhc Instruction — John W. Hull. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ada Law. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. T. Patrick, Brooksville. 

District No. 2 — Thomas R. Dawson, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — Guy Harris, Brooksville. 

District No. 4 — Arthur L. Snow, Brooksville. 

District No. 5 — James Griffin, Brooksville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Frank W. Springstead, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — B. A. Crum, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Pierce K. Kimbrough, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — E. J. Cook, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — Fred G. Lewis, Brooksville. 



166 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — W. E. Hope, Brooksville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Wilbur Smith, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — J. C. Plummer, Brooksville. 

HIGHLANDS 

County Judge — Mervin Rehrer. 

Clerk, Circuit Court— H. T. Piety. 

Shreriff — Broward Coker. 

Tax Assessor — P. G. Gearing. 

Tax Collector — J. Colin DeShong, resigned November 25, 
1957 and Helen S. Peck, Sebring, commissioned November 
25, 1957 until January 6, 1959. Wm. H. Prescott, Sebring, 
commissioned January 6, 1959 for two years. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Fred Wild. 

Supervisor of Registration — Roland X. Droit. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — David F. Lanier, Avon Park. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Marion H. Grice, Avon Park. 
District No. 2— A. J. Tubbs, Sebring. 
District No. 3— Sol McClelland, Cornwell. 
District No. 4 — James G. Creel, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — Sidney W. Cooper, Sebring. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— E. Ray Wells, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — Ted Cason, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — Frank A. Eyman, Lake Placid. 
District No, 4 — S. F. Longbottom, Avon Park. 
District No. 5 — Henry G. Bailey, Sebring. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

R. J. Hargrove, Venus, commissioned August 12, 1957 until 
the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned November 15, 1957 until August 7, 1959. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

E. L. Tappen, Lake Placid, term expired July 6, 1957, recom- 

missioned December 23, 1957 until July 6, 1959. 
Charles G. Metcalfe, Avon Park, term expired November 10, 



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1957, recommissioned December 23, 1957 until November 

10, 1959. 
C. C. Cobb, Sebring, deceased and Kenneth V. Wilson, Se- 

bring, commissioned January 21, 1957 until November 10, 

1957, recommissioned December 30, 1957 until November 

10, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH 
County Judge — ^William C. Brooker. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — James F. Taylor, Jr. 
Sheriff— Ed Blackburn, Jr. 
Tax Assessor — R. R. Walden. 
Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. Crockett Famell. 
Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 
County Surveyor — Edw. H. Burton. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — L, A. Grayson. 
Solicitor, Criminal Court of Record — Paul B. Johnson. 
Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — L. D. Simmons. 
Judge, Juvenile Court — O. D. Howell, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Elbert Moore, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Rudy H. Rodriguez, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — Roy Haynes, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Ellsworth G. Simmons, Ruskin. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Al C. Chiaramonte, Tampa. 

District No. 2 — Marvin Green, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — C. Leon King, deceased and Glenn C. Bullock, 

Tampa, commissioned December 16, 1958 until January 3, 

1961. 
District 4 — John A. Coleman, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Clyde F. McLeod, Riverview. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — ^W. Marion Hendry, Tampa. 
District No. 2— Ward Holloway, Plant City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Malcolm E. Beard, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — James L. Brannen, Plant City. 



168 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

ELECTION BOARD 

District No. 1— Joe M. Carballal, Tampa. 

District No. 2 — H. Grady Lester, Jr., Tampa. 

District No. 3 — Harold A. Coates, Tampa. 

District No. 4— L. E. Morgan, Jr., Plant City. 

District No. 5 — W. D. Miller, Ruskin, resigned January 14, 

1958 and Paul S. Elsberry commissioned January 27, 1958 

until January 6, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Joseph A. Falsone, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Russell S. Bogue, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — Wm. Henry Claywell, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — George A. Carey, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Paul B. Dickman, Ruskin. 

DIRECTORS, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY LAV/ LIBRARY BOARD 

Charles F. Blake, Tampa, term expired July 1, 1957, recom- 

missioned January 12, 1959 until July 1, 1961. 
Frank P. Ingram, Tampa, term expired July 1, 1958, Mrs. 

Marie Garrett, Tampa, commissioned January 12, 1959 until 

July 1, 1962. 
Norman S. Brown, Tampa, term expired July 1, 1956. Charles 

F. Clark commissioned January 7, 1959 until July 1, 1960. 
Hervey Yancey, Tampa, commissioned January 5, 1959 until 

July 1, 1959. 
Joseph F. Miyares, Tampa, commissioned January 5, 1959 

until July 1, 1959. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

James H. Lockhart, Tampa, term expired January 8, 1957, 
recommissioned April 23, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

A. Wayne Connor, Tampa, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned January 22, 
1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS 

Jack Fessenden, Tampa, term expires June 16, 1959. 
George T. Vass, Tampa, term expires June 16, 1959. 
J. Rex Farrior, Jr., Tampa, term expires June 16, 1959. 
Fred J. Woods, Tampa, term expires June 16, 1959. 
Jackson Logan, Tampa, resigned July 30, 1957 and Robert F. 



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Evans commissioned August 19, 1957 until the next Senate, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned November 27, 
1957 until June 16, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

Richard E. Knight, Tampa, term expired November 14, 1958. 

W. J. Barritt, Jr., Tampa, term expired November 16, 1957, 
confirmed by Senate and recommissioned for four year term. 

J. M. Ingram, Tampa, term expired November 25, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned for four year 
term. 

James L. Ferman, Tampa, term expires November 15, 1959. 

J. B. Colbert, Tampa, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned June 10, 1957 until November 15, 1960. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Glenn Bullock, Tampa, term expired April 3, 1957, recom- 
missioned April 8, 1957 until April 3, 1960, resigned Dec. 
11, 1958. 

Roger D. Flynn conmriissioned January 15, 1957 until Novem- 
ber 7, 1959. 

Sam M. Ferlita, Tampa, commissioned January 28, 1957 until 
October 17, 1959. 

Jay L. Hearin, Tampa, term expires October 23, 1959. 

Ralph E. Sumner, Tampa, term expires October 13, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY 

Clyde Perry, Tampa, term expired July 27, 1957, recommis- 
sioned for four year term. 

Charles M. Davis, Tampa, term expires July 27, 1959. 

Norman Stallings, Tampa, term expired July 27, 1957, recom- 
missioned for four year term. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

Pauline E. Barker, Tampa, term expired September 24, 1957. 
Mrs. James M. McEwen, Tampa, commissioned October 28, 
1957 until September 24, 1961. 

Sue W. McNevin, Tampa, term expired September 25, 1957 
and Sylvia C. Vega, Tampa, commissioned October 28, 1957 
until September 25, 1961. 

Sam Marotta, Tampa, term expired September 25, 1957, re- 
commissioned December 4, 1957 until September 25, 1961. 



170 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Howard P. MacFarlane, Tampa, term expired September 28, 

1957. Robert W. Patton, commissioned October 28, 1957 until 

September 28, 1961. 
Mrs. Esther S. Wohl, Tampa, term expired October 1, 1957. 

Mary L. Palermo, Tampa, commissioned November 5, 1957 

until October 1, 1961. 
Madalene L. Shreve, Tampa, term expired October 1, 1957, 

recommissioned January 13, 1958 until October 21, 1961. 
L. B. Poston, Lutz, term expired September 28, 1957, recom- 
missioned November 5, 1957 until September 28, 1961. 
R. M. Clewis, Jr., Tampa, term expired September 28, 1957. 

Aristo Perez, Tampa, commissioned November 5, 1957 until 

September 28, 1961. 
Joe R. Gramling, Tampa, term expired September 24, 1957. 

Denton L. Cook, Plant City, commissioned November 5, 

1957 until September 24, 1961. 

HOLMES 

County Judge — Comer White. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Judge B. Helms. 

Sheriff — Cletus Andrews. 

Tax Assessor — W. L. Slay. 

Tax Collector — Gordon Clemmons. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — William Shouppe Howell. 

Supervisor of Registration — Julius W. Phillips. 

County Attorney — J. Paul Griffith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — ^R. M. Ward, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 2 — Orwin Jones, Westville. 

District No. 3 — Sam Ard, Bonifay. 

District No. 4 — W. C. Culles Brown, Bonifay. 

District No. 5 — L. D. Crews, Caryville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clarence G. Phillips, Bonifay. 
District No. 2— Fred H. Stripling, Westville. 
District No. 3 — James Rufus Vaughn, Westville. 
District No. 4 — Willis A. Hardy, Bonifay. 
District No. 5— M. F. Pate, Bonifay. 



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HOLMES COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

John W. Clark, Esto, term expired August 10, 1958 and S. G. 
Miller, Bonifay, commissioned December 3, 1958 until Au- 
gust 10, 1962. 

J. T. Evans, Bonifay, term expires August 10, 1959. 

E. P. Spears, Westville, term expires August 10, 1960. 

G. W. Curry, Bonifay, term expires August 22, 1960. 

Paul Brigman, Westville, term expired August 10, 1957, re- 
commissioned October 7, 1957 until August 10, 1961. 

INDIAN RIVER 

County Judge — Otis M. Cobb, deceased and Miles B. Mank, 
II, commissioned October 6, 1958 until Jan. 6, 1959, recom- 
missioned for two years. 

Clerk, Circuit Court^Douglas Baker. 

Sheriff — Sam T. Joyce. 

Tax Assessor — Homer C. Fletcher. 

Tax Collector— Troy E. Moody. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — J. A. Thompson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Rosemary Richey, 

Judge, Small Claims Court — J. Pasco Woods, resigned Octo- 
ber 10, 1958, recommissioned January 6, 1959 for two years. 

Prosecuting Attorney — D. C. Smith, resigned May 29, 1957 
and John R. Gould commissioned June 8, 1957 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959, recommis- 
sioned for two years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Donald Macdonald, Sebastian. 
District No. 2— J. J. P. Hamilton, Winter Beach. 
District No. 3 — Robert W. Graves, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 
District No. 5— D. B. McCuUers, Jr., Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Marland L. Medlin, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — Jeanette B. Merriman, Vero Beach. 
District No. 3 — O. D. Honeywell, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — Sarah F. Diamond, Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — L. D. Baker, Wabasso. 



172 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

C. B. Johnson, Vero Beach, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 
four years. 

INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

J. R. Graves, Vero Beach, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 

four years. 
E. W. Vickers, Sebastian, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 

four years. 
Thomas Jefferson Waters, Vero Beach, commissioned January 

8, 1957 for four years. 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

C. C. Coleman, Roseland, commissioned January 4, 1957 for 

three years. 
Warren T. Zeuch, Jr., Vero Beach, commissioned January 4, 

1957 for three years. 

Alex MacWilliam, Jr., Vero Beach, commissioned February 

22, 1957 until December 31, 1957, recommissioned January 

20, 1958 until December 31, 1960. 
John Massey, Wabasso, commissioned March 14, 1957 until 

January 7, 1958, recommissioned June 9, 1958 until January 

7, 1961. 
Rivers McNeill Anderson, Vero Beach, commissioned April 

15, 1957 until January 5, 1958, recommissioned August 4, 

1958 until January 5, 1961. 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Thomas A. Peebles, Vero Beach, commissioned December 22, 

1958 for one year. 
Dan K. Richardson, Vero Beach, commissioned December 22, 

1958 for one year. 
Earl G. Thatcher, Vero Beach, conmiissioned December 18, 

1958 for two years. 
M. L. Medlin, Fellsmere, commissioned December 31, 1958 

for three years. 
Paul Goodridge, Vero Beach, commissioned December 18, 

1958 for four years. 

JACKSON 
County Judge — Robert L. McCrary, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court— E. W. Bowles. 



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Sheriff — Roy Roberson. 

Tax Assessor — Harvey E. Sexton. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — John D. Milton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Lee Mitchell Williams. 

County Attorney — Clyde Mayhall. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — W. A. Smith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. K. Powell, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — W. A. Cogburn, Cottondale. 
District No. 3 — William E. Pace, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — Penn King, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 5 — T. W. Patrick, Bascom. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 

District No. 2— R. B. Beall, Marianna. 

District No. 3 — Charles E. Olive, Greenwood. 

District No. 4 — Hubert F. Brock, Cottondale. 

District No. 5 — T. J. Lanier, Sneads, deceased and B. E. 

Charles, Sneads, commissioned May 9, 1958 until January 

6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— A. B. Tidwell, Marianna. 

District No. 12 — H. L. Herring, Malone, deceased and Robert 

McNeal, Malone, commissioned May 15, 1958 until January 

6, 1959. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — Leo Calloway, Marianna. 
District No. 12— S. P. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 14 — W. F. Thomas, Graceville. 

JACKSON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

D. Dexter McCaskill, Marianna, commissioned December 19, 
1957 until June 23, 1960. 

L. S. Pender, Greenwood, term expired June 23, 1957, recom- 
missioned December 23, 1957 until June 23, 1961. 

E. E. Knowles, Campbellton, term expired July 19, 1958, re- 
commissioned November 7, 1958 until July 19, 1962. 



174 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Charlton Keen, Marianna, deceased and Hubert Hodges, Mari- 
anna, commissioned January 13, 1958 until July 13, 1958. 

Raymond H. Cartledge, Cottondale, term expires August 27, 
1959. 

Will L. Johnson, Malone, term expires September 5, 1959. 

Penn King, Grand Ridge, term expired July 20, 1958. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE JACKSON COUNTY 
AGRICULTURAL CENTER 

J. M. Sims, Sr., Marianna, term expires June 23, 1959 . 

JEFFERSON 

County Judge — Kenneth E. Cooksey. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Ike Anderson. 

Sheriff— J. B. Thomas. 

Tax Assessor — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector— R. J. Taylor. 

Supt, of Public Instruction — Desmond M. Bishop. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ed Ritter, Jr. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — W. M. Scruggs, Sr. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry C. Hamilton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Norman H. Hartsfield, Monticello. 

District No. 2 — George Demott, Aucilla. 

District No. 3— Ed B. Bailey, Jr., Monticello. 

District No. 4 — Lester C. Lawrence, Monticello, deceased and 

Felix O. BuUard, Drifton, commissioned October 14, 1957 

until January 6, 1959. 
District No. 5 — Butler Walker, Lloyd. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. G. Morris, Monticello 
District No. 2 — Arthur L. Herndon, Monticello. 
District No. 3— W. H. Floyd, Lamont. 
District No. 4 — J. Franklin Wooten, Monticello, 
District No. 5 — Benny F. Hightower, Wacissa. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

Districts No. 6 and No. 6A — David L. Cone, Monticello. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Jr., Lloyd. 



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Districts No. 6 and No. 6A — John Ashley Woods, Monticello. 
District No. 7— W. T. Fulford, Sr., Lamont, resigned July 18, 

1957. 
District No. 8— C. C. Horn, Monticello. 
District No. 9— C. M. Peters, Lamont. 
District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

LAFAYETTE 
County Judge— Guy M. McClain. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Tom Gaskin. 
Sheriff — J. W. Pridgeon. 
Tax Assessor — G. W. Hicks, Jr. 
Tax Collector— Thetis F. Dees. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Philip A. Clark. 
Supervisor of Registration — Lavern Hicks. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilson Buchanan, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — Hayward Folsom, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — Ovedia McCray, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — Delmer Sapp, Branford. 
District No. 5 — Lewin Jones, Mayo. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Thomas A. Bell, Mayo. 

District No. 2 — Herman Frier, Mayo. 

District No. 3— W. M. Cothron, Mayo. 

District No. 4 — Marvin O. Sullivan, Mayo, 

District No. 5 — Cora McKinney, Mayo. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— L. J. Byrd, Branford. 
District No. 2— C. F. Hart, Mayo. 

LAFAYETTE COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Mrs. C. L. Moses, Branford, commissioned October 30, 1957 

for two years. 
Mrs. Ottis Croft, Mayo, commissioned November 22, 1957 for 

three years. 
Mrs. Thomas E. Taylor, Mayo, commissioned November 22, 

1957 for one year, resigned May 26, 1958 and Mrs. Marvin 

M. Jones, Mayo, commissioned June 9, 1958 until November 

22, 1958. 



176 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Mrs. Clarice Williams, Mayo, commissioned November 22, 
1957 for two years. 

LAKE 
County Judge— W. Troy Hall, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Frank E. Owens. 
Sheriff— Willis V. McCall. 
Tax Assessor — R. G. Cassady. 
Tax Collector— Pearl L. Cullen. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — L. J. Jenkins. 
Supervisor of Registration — Katherine L. Baker. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Robert E. Pierce. 
County Surveyor — T. O. Moorhead. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George L. Singeltary, Leesburg, deceased and 
Cecil C. Theus, Leesburg, commissioned September 5, 1957 
until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2— J. C. Cowart, Mascotte. 

District No. 3 — Jack H. Hooten, Clermont. 

District No. 4—0. M. Simpson, Mt. Dora. 

District No. 5 — Fred E. Cross, Altoona. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. Chester Crowder, Eustis, deceased and 
Leslie R. Huffstetler, Eustis, commissioned July 14, 1958 
until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — L. M. Holloway, Jr., Leesburg. 

District No. 3 — Lacy G. Thomas, Groveland. 

District No. 4 — Fred H. Adkinson, Minneola. 

District No. 5— Paul W. Bryan, Umatilla. 

LEE 

County Judge — Archie M. Odom, resigned December 11, 1957 
and Elmer O. Friday, Jr., commissioned December 13, 1957 
until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Clerk, Circuit Court— D. T. Farabee. 

Sheriff — Flanders Thompson. 

Tax Assessor — W. Stanley Hanson, Jr. 

Tax Collector — James B. Robserts. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ray Tipton. 



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Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Clarence Clutz. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Frank A. Pavese. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Charles M. Roberts. 
County Surveyor — J. C. Amis, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Mack H. Jones, Fort Myers. 
District No. 2 — Alvin Gorton, Fort Myers. 
District No. 3 — Herman J. Hastings, Fort Myers. 
District No. 4 — Dawson McDaniel, Fort Myers. 
District No. 5— Wilson Pigott, Tice. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Earl Hord, Fort Myers. 

District No. 2— Carl J. Michael, Fort Myers. 

District No. 3 — Burgess Tichenor, Fort Myers, resigned Octo- 
ber 28, 1957 and Walter F. Halsey, Fort Myers, commis- 
sioned November 27, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 4 — Comer J. Bowden, Fort Myers. 

District No. 5— Gilbert H. Moore, Fort Myers. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Kingsmore Johnson, Jr., Boca Grande. 

SANIBEL ISLAND FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

J. M. Hiers, Fort Myers, term expires August 16, 1960. 
Orren O. Murphy, Fort Myers, term expires August 16, 1960. 
V. H, McVettie, Sanibel, term expires October 26, 1960. 

FORT MYERS BEACH FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Paul R. Fell, Boca Grande, term expires October 7, 1959. 
William H. Mellor, Fort Myers Beach, commissioned February 

6, 1957 until April 8, 1960. 
Everett L. Waid, Fort Myers Beach, commissioned February 

6, 1957 until August 24, 1960. 

HARBOR MASTER 

R. C. Kuhl, Boca Grande, term expired November 21, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 10, 1957 
until November 21, 1959. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS FOR PORT OF BOCA GRANDE 

Coram Lanier, Boca Grande, term expires November 11, 1959. 
W. B. Presley, Boca Grande, term expires November 11, 1959. 



178 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

T. S. Parkinson, Boca Grande, term expires November 11, 

1959. 
Gilbert Lane, Boca Grande, term expires November 11, 1959. 
T. R. Hargis, Boca Grande, term expires November 11, 1959. 

BOCA GRANDE FIRE CONTROL 

Everett Tucker, Boca Grande, term expires July 2, 1959. 
Peter Hansen, Boca Grande, term expires September 18, 1959. 
Johnny L. Downing, Boca Grande, term expires December 9, 
1959. 

FORT MYERS BEACH MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

James T. Cowart, Fort Myers Beach, commissioned March 22, 

1957 until November 5, 1957, recommissioned October 4, 

1957 until July 12, 1961. 
Ralph W. Davis, Fort Myers Beach, commissioned August 30, 

1957 until July 12, 1961. 
William E. Milenz, Fort Myers Beach, commissioned October 

4, 1957 until July 12, 1961. 

CAPTIVA EROSION PREVENTION DISTRICT 

H. M. Bixby, Captiva, commissioned May 2, 1958 for four 

years. 
H. K. Jeremiassen, Captiva, commissioned May 7, 1958 for 

four years. 
DeCourcy W. Levering, Captiva, commissioned May 7, 1958 

for four years. 

NORTH FORT MYERS FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

E. E. Timms, Fort Myers, resigned August 27, 1958 and Her- 
bert F. McStravic, Fort Myers, commissioned September 
11, 1958 until July 16, 1960. 

Johnie Walker, Fort Myers, term expires July 16, 1960. 

Al Hitzing, Fort Myers, term expires August 31, 1960. 

SANIBEL CAPTIVA ISLANDS MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

(Abohshed Chapter 57-2059) 
John T. Wakefield, Captiva, term expired October 11, 1957, 

recommissioned December 16, 1957 until October 11, 1961. 
Richard F. Keams, Sanibel, term expired October 11, 1957 

and Joseph A. Gault, Sanibel, commissioned December 16, 

1957 until October 11, 1961. 



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Francis P. Bailey, Jr., Sanibel, term expired October 11, 1957, 
recommissioned December 16, 1957, until October 11, 1961. 

LEE COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

District No. 1 — James L. Bradley, Fort Myers, conmiissioned 

January 6, 1959 for four years. 
District No. 2 — Bruce J. Scott, Fort Myers, commissioned 

January 6, 1959 for four years. 
District No. 3 — Peter Hansen, Boca Grande, commissioned 

January 6, 1959 for four years. 
District No. 4 — Francis P. Bailey, Jr., Sanibel, commissioned 

January 6, 1959 for two years. 
District No. 5 — W. C. Benson, Bonita Springs, conmiissioned 

January 6, 1959 for four years. 
District No. 6 — William Dryden, Fort Myers, commissioned 

January 6, 1959 for two years. 

LEON 

County Judge — James C, Gwynn. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Geo. G. Crawford. 

Sheriff— W. P. Joyce. 

Tax Assessor — John P. Brown. 

Tax Collector— W. K. Collins. 

Supt, of Public Instruction — Amos Godby. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hattie L. Coles. 

County Surveyor — Frank G. Glenn, resigned September 4, 
1957, Broward P. Davis, Tallahassee, commissioned October 
9, 1957 until January 6, 1959, reconmiissioned for two year 
term. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Clinton Ashmore, resigned July 16, 
1957 and Jack M. Green commissioned July 17, 1957 until 
January 6, 1959. Sylvan Strickland commissioned January 
6, 1959 for two years. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Harry H. Mitchell, Tallahassee, 
term expired October 8, 1957, William F. Daniel, Tallahas- 
see, commissioned April 29, 1958 until October 8, 1959. 

Judge, Juvenile Court — Rufus O. Jefferson, commissioned Oc- 
tober 1, 1957 until January 3, 1961. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — ^L. B. Levins, Tallahassee. 



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180 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 2^. Christie Hall, Tallahassee. 

District No. 3— J. G. Whiddon, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4 — H. G. Easterwood, Tallahassee. 

District No. 5 — W. W. Kelley, Tallahassee, deceased and 
Thomas Irwin Brown, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned De- 
cember 10, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — J. D. Johnson, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3— T. B. Revell, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — Louis Hill, Tallahassee. 
District No. 5 — J. Allen Stiles, Jr., Tallahassee. 

LEON COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

W. Dell Hartt, Tallahassee, term expired January 26, 1957. 
Jack M. Green, Tallahassee, term expired December 23, 1956. 
Roy T. Rhodes, Tallahassee, term expired December 19, 1956. 
F. E. Steinmeyer, Jr., Tallahassee, term expired December 30, 

1956. 
B. Cheever Lewis, Tallahassee, term expired December 18, 

1957. 

LEVY 
County Judge — W. F. Anderson. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Ernest Stephens. 

Sheriff— J. W. Turner. i 

Tax Assessor — Dogan S. Cobb. 
Tax Collector — John H. Hardee. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Alvin E. Mikell, 
Supervisor of Registration — Louise N. Sale. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Richard J. Brooks. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — G. C. Perdue, term expired Au- 
gust 6, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carroll W. Gilbert, Bronson. 
District No. 2— David W. Meeks, Chiefland. 
District No. 3 — John F. Yearty, Gulf Hammock. 
District No. 4 — Pete Baylor, Cedar Key. 
District No. 5 — Wardell R. Fugate, Williston. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Stewart Brock, Trenton. 

District No. 2— Burton J. Walrath, Cedar Key. 

District No. 3— Elliot Whitehurst, Williston. 

District No. 4 — Cecil A. Stanley, Chiefland. 

District No. 5 — C. G. Petteway, Gulf Hammock. 

LIBERTY 
County Judge — R. H. Deason, Bristol. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — W. A. Woodward. 
Sheriff — L. C. Cloyce Rankin. 
Tax Assessor — W. F. Bateman. 
Tax Collector — A. L. Summers, 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Jack H. Summers. 
Supervisor of Registration — Bessie Reese. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Howard Homsby, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 2 — Arthur G. Preacher, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Frank J. Kirkland, Sumatra. 
District No. 4 — David L. Sykes, Hosford. 
District No. 5— Joe Edd Ward, Telogia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Barney H. Stoutamire, Hosford. 
District No. 2— J. A. Walden, Bristol. 
District No. 3— Alfred A. Beck, Telogia. 
District No. 4— Clifford Whittle, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 5 — Donald Gregory, Sumatra. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Albert Evans, Bristol. 
District No. 4— J. W. Howell, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Rufus Reddick, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — Fate Ferrell, Hosford. 

MBR. BD. OF PORT COMMISSIONERS, LIBERTY COUNTY 
PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — Richard Phillips, Rock Bluff, commissioned 

July 24, 1957 for one year. 
District No. 2 — S. P. Fairchild, Bristol, commissioned July 



182 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

24, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 3 — Francis Gunn, Orange, commissioned July 24, 
1957 for two years. 

District No. 4 — Charles W. Roberts, Sr., Hosford, commis- 
sioned July 24, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 5 — John Wynn, Telogia, commissioned July 24, 
1957 for two years. 

LIBERTY COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Lula Phillips, Rock Bluff, commissioned 
November 6, 1957 for three years. 

District No. 2 — W. H. Howell, Bristol, commissioned Novem- 
ber 6, 1957 for three years. 

District No. 3 — Ashley Wynn, Sumatra, commissioned No- 
vember 6, 1957 for two years. 

District No. 4 — Florence Lovingood, Hosford, commissioned 
November 6, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 5 — Claude Whitehead, Sr., Telogia, commissioned 
November 6, 1957 for two years. 

MADISON 
County Judge — Curtis D. Earp. 
Clerk, Circuit Court— Dale M. LesHe. 
Sheriff — Simmie H. Moore. 
Tax Assessor — A. H. Armstrong, 
Tax Collector— Pat Millinor. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Griffin Bishop, 
Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E, Ragans, 
Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page, Jr. 
County Surveyor — John W. Wadsworth. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Alice C. Williams. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilbur G. Rutherford, Madison, 
District No. 2 — Elzie King, Madison. 
District No. 3 — Grover C. Cone, Greenville. 
District No. 4 — Clarence P. Andrews, Greenville, 
District No. 5 — Coleman Richardson, Madison. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Alex H. Smith, Madison. 
District No, 2 — Russ Dugan, Madison. 



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District No. 3— T. P. McLeod, Greenville. 

District No. 4 — William Henry Bailey, Jr., Shady Grove. 

District No. 5 — Marcus Cherry, Lee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Frank Littleton, Madison. 
District No. 2— Clyde Walker, Madison. 
District No. 5 — A. L. Leggett, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James E. Collins, Madison. 
District No. 2— A. E. Fraleigh, Jr., Madison. 
District No. 5 — A. O. Sistrunk, Greenville. 

MADISON COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITAL BOARD 

S. E. Whitty, Madison, term expired July 25, 1957, recommis- 
sioned August 20, 1957 until July 25, 1961. 

Mrs. W. T. Davis, Madison, term expired July 25, 1957, re- 
commissioned August 20, 1957 until July 25, 1961. 

T. P. McLeod, Jr., Madison, term expired July 25, 1957, La- 
mar Andrews, Madison, commissioned August 20, 1957 until 
July 25, 1961. 

V. S. Smith, Madison, term expired July 25, 1957 and Jack 
Woodward, Madison, commissioned August 20, 1957 until 
July 25, 1961. 

C. S. Blalock, Madison, term expired July 25, 1957, recom- 
missioned August 20, 1957 until July 25, 1961. 

T. J. Beggs, Jr., Madison, term expired July 25, 1957, recom- 
missioned August 20, 1957 until July 25, 1961. 

Mrs. H. D. Oxford, Madison, term expired July 25, 1957, re- 
commissioned August 20, 1957 until July 25, 1961. 

Frank Cantey, Madison, term expires July 25, 1959. 

Henry Messer, Madison, term expires July 25, 1959. 

T. F. Livingston, Madison, term expires July 25, 1959. 

J. J. Sale, Jr., Madison, term expires July 25, 1959. 

J. Vickers, Madison, term expires July 25, 1959, deceased 
and Colin P. Kelly commissioned November 3, 1958 until 
July 25, 1959. 

Esther K. Home, Madison, term expires July 25, 1959. 

MANATEE 
County Judge — Robert E. Hensley. 



184 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Clerk, Circuit Court— M. T. Mclnnis. 

Sheriff— Roy F. Baden. 

Tax Assessor — James A. Howze, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — J. Hartley Blackburn. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Sharer. 

County Surveyor — Karl Squires. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Walter R. Talley. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John G. Jones, Bradenton. 

District No. 2— H. C. Slaughter, Palmetto. 

District No. 3 — Irwin Klemmer, Bradenton. 

District No. 4 — Ralph S. Clark, Jr., Bradenton. 

District No. 5 — Tom W. Jennings, Bradenton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. P. Harllee, Jr., Palmetto. 

District No. 2— Robert E. Willis, Bradenton. 

District No. 3 — Vernon L. DeSear, Samoset, resigned Janu- 
ary 29, 1958 and L. Elmer Bustle, Bradenton, commissioned 
February 10, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 4 — R. H. Prine, Bradenton. 

District No. 5— Walter W. Council, Palmetto. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — Frank Schaub, Bradenton. 
District No. 11 — Joe E. Michael, Jr., Parrish. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Raymond D. Ely, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — Henry W. Johnson, Bradenton. 
District No. 11 — T. A. Hendry, Parrish. 

ANNA MARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Sherwood D. R. Smith, Anna Maria, term expired September 

11, 1958. 
Herbert D. Meeker, Bradenton Beach, resigned August 1, 

1957 and Walter W. Botkin, Holmes Beach, commissioned 

November 4, 1957 until September 30, 1961. 
James A. Forrester, Anna Maria, resigned May 2, 1957 and 

George E. Wagner, Anna Maria, commissioned June 20, 

1957 until September 30, 1958. 



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Louis S. Cobb, Bradenton Beach, resigned May 2, 1957, and 
Orie Williams, Cortez, commissioned June 20, 1957 until 
September 30, 1957, recommissioned March 27, 1958 until 
September 30, 1961. 

Cy Favreau, commissioned March 27, 1958 until September 
30, 1960, resigned October 27, 1958. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, WHITFIELD ZONING DISTRICT 

E, D. Quinnell, Sarasota, term expired February 11, 1958 and 
E. V. Bailey, Sarasota, commissioned September 2, 1958 
until February 11, 1961. 

F. G. Dumont, Sarasota, term expired August 5, 1957 and 
James T. Singleton, Sarasota, commissioned August 29, 
1958 until August 6, 1960. 

I. M. Clicquennoi, Sarasota, term expired June 1, 1957 and 
Robert W. Nicholson commissioned December 16, 1957 until 
June 1, 1960. 

Edwin A. Zundel, Sarasota, commissioned February 9, 1956 
for three years. 

SAMOSET FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Sam Short, Bradenton, commissioned April 14, 1958 for one 

year. 
R. E. Peters, Bradenton, commissioned April 14, 1958 for two 

years. 
William C. Buchanan, Manatee, commissioned April 14, 1958 

for two years. 
Edwin J. Orbaker, Bradaiton, commissioned April 14, 1958 

for three years. 
Furman C. Wyatt, Samoset, commissioned April 14, 1958 for 

three years. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF MANATEE COUNTY 

George W. Barnes, East Bradenton, term expired July 26, 

1958. 
E. F. Staples, Samoset, term expired August 29, 1958. 
Oscar Smith, Sr., Palmetto, term expired October 9, 1958. 
Louis J. Longpre, Bradenton, term expires April 15, 1959. 
A. W. Juergens, Bradenton Beach, term expired July 24, 1958. 

MANATEE COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

John N. McClure, Bradenton, commissioned January 8, 1957 
for four years. 



186 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

H. S. Moody, Bradenton, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 
four years. 

H. B. Miller, Bradenton, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 
four years, deceased and J. G. Alderman, Palmetto, com- 
missioned September 17, 1958 until first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1961. 

ANNA MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION BOARD 

Irvy R. Pollard, Bradenton Beach, term expired October 27, 

1956. 
Hugh Holmes, Bradenton Beach, term expired October 26, 

1956. 
Samuel P. Adams, Anna Maria, term expired October 14, 1956. 

ZONING COMMISSION, WHITFIELD ZONING DISTRICT 

Claude Raibourn, Sarasota, term expired January 16, 1958, 
recommissioned February 20, 1958 until January 16, 1962. 

Harold A. Spalding, M.D., Sarasota, term expired October 1, 
1958 and Ralph Van Doninck, Sarasota, commissioned Janu- 
ary 16, 1959 until October 1, 1962. 

G. E. Rautenberg, Sarasota, term expires September 12, 1959. 

W. J. Foster, Sarasota, term expired October 1, 1957, recom- 
missioned December 16, 1957 until October 1, 1961. 

George A, King, Sarasota, commissioned September 12, 1957 
until October 1, 1961. 

CEDAR HAMMOCK FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Ashby M. Morris, Bradenton, commissioned April 4, 1958 for 

one year. 
Charles H. Mohler, Bradenton, commissioned April 4, 1958 

for two years. 
D. D. Neely, Bradenton, commissioned April 4, 1958, for two 

years. 
L. Frank Sutton, Bradenton, commissioned April 4, 1958 for 

three years. 
Henry G. Wood, Bradenton, commissioned April 4, 1958 for 

three years. 

ONECO-TALLEVAST FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Joe Powell, Oneco, commissioned April 14, 1958 for one year. 
G. T. Bray, Bradenton, commissioned April 14, 1958 for two 
years. 



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M. Ben Overstreet, Oneco, commissioned April 14, 1958 for 

two years. 
Harold Levering, Oneco, commissioned April 14, 1958 for 

three years. 
Raymond F. Skinner, Sr., Sarasota, commissioned April 14, 

1958 for three years. 

MARION 
County Judge — D, R. Smith, resigned July 1, 1957 and Lewis 

O. Myers, Jr., commissioned July 2, 1957 until January 6, 

1959, recommissioned for two years. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — John F. Nicholson. 
Sheriff— F. L. McGehee. 
Tax Assessor — Ernest C. Nott. 
Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Broward Lovell. 
Supervisor of Registration — Fannie R. Pasteur. 
County Surveyor — Jack W. Jemigan. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — A. G. Pattillo, Jr., term expired 

November 8, 1957 and William F. Blowers, commissioned 

January 20, 1958 until November 8, 1959. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. L. Tomlinson, Ocala. 
District No. 2— A. B. Folks, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — Vernon Goin, Ocala. 
District No. 4 — George W. Mullins, Ocala. 
District No. 5— JuUus C. Martin, Fort McCoy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— John W. Selph, Ocala. 
District No. 2— B. B. Beck, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — Louis H. Marsh, Eureka. 
District No. 4 — George W. Newsom, Ocala. 
District No. 5 — Key Scales, Jr., Wiersdale. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

H. E. Chalker, Sr., Dunnellon, term expired January 8, 1957, 
recommissioned February 18, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

Charles Thomas, Ocala, commissioned March 1, 1957 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958, recommis- 
sioned February 10, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January 1960. 



188 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MARTIN 

County Judge — Harris Lowery, Jr., Stuart, suspended No- 
vember 19, 1958 and Evans Crary, Jr., Stuart, commis- 
sioned December 1, 1958 during suspension. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Dorothy Pierce. 

Sheriff— Roy C. Baker. 

Tax Assessor — A. C. Courson. 

Tax Collector— L. C. Kickliter. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Thomas L. Crook. 

Supervisor of Registration — Zola Blakeslee. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Theodore C. Houk. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Sejonour Gideon, Jensen Beach. 

District No. 2 — Earl J. Ricou, Stuart. 

District No. 3 — E. J. Arnold, Hobe Sound. 

District No. 4— C. W. Leighton, Stuart. 

District No. 5— Guy F. Boyd, Stuart. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. R. Hellier, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 2 — Henry G. Kindred, Stuart. 
District No. 3— Mrs. Ted R. Chambers, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — Frank DeStefano, Stuart. 
District No. 5 — O. D. Hataway, Indiantown. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — James W. Pegram, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Caveny, Indiantown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Marvin H. Crowe, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Dease, Indiantown. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Stanley Kitching, Stuart, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 
four years, resigned and Charles H. Wilhams, Salerno, com- 
missioned November 14, 1957 until January 3, 1961, re- 
signed and Harry C. Beckman, Stuart, commissioned Oc- 
tober 10, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

James M. Myers, Jr., Indiantown, commissioned August 19, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 189 

1957 until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned November 9, 1957, until August 7, 1959. 

MARTIN COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Mary Lolene Stokes, Stuart, commissioned December 28, 1956 

for three years, 
W. Ira Williams, Stuart, commissioned January 31, 1957 for 

one year, recommissioned February 3, 1958 until January 

31, 1962. 
Virginia R. Williamson, Stuart, commissioned January 18, 

1957 for two years. 
Frank A. Wacha, Stuart, commissioned February 1, 1957 for 

two years. 
Richard G. Hupfel, Stuart, commissioned January 21, 1957 

for three years. 

MONROE 
County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Earl R. Adams. 
Sheriff — John M. Spottswood. 
Tax Assessor — Claude A. Gandolfo, deceased and Joe Allen 

commissioned December 11, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 
Tax Collector — Howard E. Wilson. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Horace O 'Bryant. 
Supervisor of Registration — William Billy Freeman. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Thomas S. Caro. 
Solicitor, Criminal Court of Record — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 
Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — Harry Dongo. 
Judge, Juvenile Court — Eva Warner Gibson. 
Judge, Small Claims Court. — Paul E. Esquinaldo. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joe Allen, Key West, resigned April 9, 1957. 

A. Maitland Adams, Key West, commissioned July 9, 1957 

until January 6, 1959. 
District No. 2 — William A. Freeman, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 3 — Clarence S. Higgs, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Gerald Saunders, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Harry Harris, Tavernier. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William R. Warren, Jr., Key West. 



190 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 2— Gerald H. Adams, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Keller Watson, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Glynn R. Archer, Key West. 
District No. 5— Edney B. Parker, Key West. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ira F. Albury, Key West, deceased and Edel- 
miro Morales, Key West, commissioned January 16, 1959 
until January 3, 1961. 

District No. 2 — Roy Hamlin, Key West. 

District No. 3 — George J. Rawlins, Islamorada. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — ^Laura R. Johnson, Key West. 

District No. 2 — Jose Espinosa, Key West. 

District No. 3 — D. M. Andrew, Marathon, deceased and Ray- 
mond M. Maloney, Tavernier, commissioned September 9, 
1957 until January 6, 1959. 

HARBOR MASTER 

W. Fred Edwards, Key West, term expired February 7, 1958. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Lou Smith, Key West, term expired June 19, 1957, confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned June 19, 1957 for four 
years. 

Ralph Faraldo, Key West, term expired June 19, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 19, 1957 for 
four years. 

Dr. J. C. Sanchez, Key West, term expired June 19, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 19, 1957 
for four years. 

Dewey Riggs, Key West, term expired June 19, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 30, 1957 
until June 19, 1961. 

Paul L. Archer, Key West, term expired June 19, 1957, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 19, 1957 
for four years. 

MONROE COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

Edelmiro Morales, Key West, conmmissioned January 8, 1957 
for four years, resigned January 8, 1959. 



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Arthur W. Baker, Marathon, commissioned January 8, 1957 

for four years. 
Albert W. Moeller, Islamorada, commissioned January 8, 1957 

for four years. 

NASSAU 
County Judge — J. E. Weatherford. 
Clerk, Circuit Court— T. W. Brown. 
Sheriff — Herbert J. Youngblood. 
Tax Assessor — E. N. McKendree. 
Tax Collector— Ira W. Hall. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — John T. Weisner. 
Supervisor of Registration — Marie B. Struss. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — E. V. Garcia. 
County Surveyor — Hugh M. Thigpen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 2 — William N. Galphin, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 3— H. S. McKendree, Yulee. 
District No. 4— Kelly E. Walker, Hilliard. 
District No. 5— W. M. Rowe, Hilliard. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. H. Russell, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 2— Hubert N. Vanzant, HiUiard. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Higginbotham, Callahan. 
District No. 4 — B. T. O'Quinn, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 5 — Walter J. Murray, Fernandina Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Felton N. Moore, Yulee. 
District No. 5 — Leon C. Hodges, Callahan. 
District No. 6—1. T. Blake, Hilhard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. P. Rutishauser, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 5 — Haywood A. Dyal, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — R. E. Johnson, Hilliard. 

NASSAU COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

District No, 1 — J. M. Oxley, Fernandina Beach, deceased and 
T. H. Goolsby, Fernandina Beach, commissioned September 



192 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

12, 1957 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four 
year term. 

District No. 2— Mrs. John W. McClane, Sr., Femandina 
Beach, commissioned January 8, 1957 for four years, re- 
signed February 26, 1958 and Louis A. Ferreira, Fernandina 
Beach, commissioned March 3, 1958 until January 6, 1959, 
recommissioned for two year term. 

District No. 3 — John W. Page, Yulee, term expired January 
6, 1959 and Emory E. Walker, Fernandina Beach, commis- 
sioned January 6, 1959 for four year term. 

District No. 4 — Mrs. F. C. Butler, Hilliard, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four year term. 

District No. 5 — Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr., Callahan, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four year term. 

OCEAN HIGHWAY AND PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — Harry D. Johnson, Fernandina Beach, com- 
missioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 2 — Ben Sorensen, Fernandina Beach, commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 3 — C. B. Ingram, Fernandina Beach, term ex- 
pired January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

District No. 4 — R. P. Jones, Fernandina Beach, term expired 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

District No. 5 — E. E. Lasserre, Fernandina Beach, term ex- 
pired January 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

HARBOR MASTER 

George T. Davis, Fernandina Beach, term expired April 5, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
17, 1957 until April 5, 1959. 

AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

A. C. Thompson, Jr., Fernandina Beach, term expired Janu- 
ary 26, 1959 and Oris W. Higginbotham, Fernandina Beach, 
commissioned for four year term. G. Ralph Wolff, Fernan- 
dina Beach, term expired January 29, 1959, recommissioned 
for four year term. 

Joseph F. Pope, term expired January 29, 1959, recommis- 
sioned for four year term. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS FOR THE PORT OF FERNANDINA BEACH 

Thomas J. Clark, Femandina Beach, commissioned January 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 193 

29, 1958 until the next Senate. 
Harry F. Sahlman, Fernandina Beach, commissioned January 

31, 1958 until the next Senate. 
I. W. Hardee, Jr., Fernandina Beach, commissioned February 

10, 1958 until the next Senate. 
Jackson J. Woodward, Fernandina Beach, commissioned 

March 17, 1958 until the next Senate. 

NASSAU COUNTY RECREATION COMMISSION 

Dean Blankenship, Callahan, commissioned September 13, 

1957 until last Tuesday in January 1961. 
Tom Davis, Jr., Hilliard, commissioned October 3, 1957 until 

last Tuesday in January 1961. 
Bob S. Stover, Fernandina Beach, commissioned October 14, 

1957 until last Tuesday in January 1961. 
James S. Stevens, Yulee, commissioned October 14, 1957 until 

last Tuesday in January 1961. 
Pete Schueling, Fernandina Beach, commissioned October 24, 

1957 until last Tuesday in January 1961. 

OKALOOSA 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osbum. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Cecil L. Anchors. 

Sheriff— Ray Wilson. 

Tax Assessor — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Lance C. Richbourg. 

Supervisor of Registration — Gladys V. Craig. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Harry Booth. 

County Attorney — William D. Barrow. 

County Surveyor — Homer Keen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. L. Fleming, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 2— Malachi King, Fort Walton Beach. 

District No. 3 — Gladys Garrett, Crestview. 

District No. 4 — L. Barnes, Baker. 

District No. 5 — Walter S. Spence, Niceville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— S. W. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Brunson, Destin. 



194 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No. 3— H. L. Hilton, Baker. 
District No. 4 — I. P. Cadenhead, Crestview. 
District No. 5— L. M. Phelps, Niceville. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

L. W. Hicks, Baker, term expired first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January, A. D., 1958, recommissioned February 3, 
1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

Y. A. Clegorne, Crestview, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958 and Cortez Steele, Laurel 
Hill, commissioned April 17, 1958 until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1960. 

C. C. Thompson, Fort Walton Beach, term expired first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957, recommissioned 
April 17, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary, A.D., 1959. 

Philip Early, Valparaiso, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned January 31, 
1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

Durell Lee, Crestview, term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, A.D., 1957, recommissioned April 2, 

1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ernest W. Campbell, Laurel Hill, resigned 
August 1, 1957. 

District No. 3 — J. M. Garrett, Jr., Milligan, deceased and S. 
E. Locke, Crestview, commissioned June 26, 1957 until Jan- 
uary 6, 1959. 

District No. 6— Howard W. Gill, Fort Walton Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Walter W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 3 — J. D. Stricklin, Crestview. 

District No. 6 — Carson Turlington, Fort Walton Beach. 

OKALOOSA COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Nelson P. Davis, Valparaiso, term expired March 31, 1957, 
and Mrs. Lorena Partin, Niceville, commissioned July 18, 

1958 until March 31, 1961. 

Lester Childs, Niceville, term expired March 31, 1958, recom- 
missioned July 18, 1958 until March 31, 1962. 



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Mrs. Eva Raybon, Crestview, term expired April 7, 1958, re- 
commissioned August 13, 1958 until April 7, 1962. 
Hampton C. Reese, Crestview, term expires April 6, 1959. 
John D. Stokes, Baker, term expires March 30, 1960. 

OKALOOSA ISLAND AUTHORITY 

W. L. Marler, Destin, term expired first Tuedsay after first 

Monday in January 1959. 
C. B. McLeod, Crestview, resigned August 6, 1957 and Walter 

O. Swann, Crestview, commissioned August 12, 1957 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 
James Lee, Crestview, term expired first Tuesday after first 

Monday in January 1959. 
Malcolm Morrison, Laurel Hill, commissioned February 26, 

1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 
Hilary T. Stewart, Fort Walton Beach, commissioned March 

4, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 

1961. 
J. D. Wingard, Crestview, commissioned March 6, 1957 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961 . 

OKEECHOBEE 
County Judge — G. E. Bryant, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Haynes E. Williams. 
Sheriff— J. C. McPherson. 
Tax Assessor — Robert LaMartin. 
Tax Collector — Athleon Alderman. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Omar L. Hunt. 
Supervisor of Registration — Nora Bachand. 
Prosecuting Attorney — G. C. Durrance. 
County Surveyor — R. E. Willis. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Otis Whitehurst. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Lee Hillis, Okeechobee. 

District No. 2 — Irvin Register, Okeechobee. 

District No. 3 — J. M. Hayes, Okeechobee. 

District No. 4 — Clayton White, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5 — Morise Thomas, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Harle Williams, Okeechobee. 



196 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No. 2 — Hope L. Hendry, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3— Enola H. Elledge, Okeechobee. 
District No. 4 — J. Hubert Harden, Okeechobee. 
District No. 5 — Dozier Smith, Okeechobee. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Claude Holcomb, Okeechobee, term expires August 29, 1959. 

Marian Pearce, resigned March 20, 1958 and Leon Yelding, 
Okeechobee, commissioned August 13, 1958 until August 
27, 1959. 

John M. Roe, Sr., Okeechobee, term expired August 24, 1958, 
recommissioned August 22, 1958 until August 24, 1962. 

Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz, Okeechobee, term expired Septem- 
ber 18, 1957, recommissioned October 3, 1957 until Sep- 
tember 18, 1961, resigned August 23, 1958 and A. Weston 
Davis, Okeechobee, commissioned August 15, 1958 until 
September 18, 1961. 

Mrs. Kathleen Wherrell, Okeechobee. Term expires Septem- 
ber 12, 1960. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

J. H. Wiles, Okeechobee, term expired August 13, 1957, re- 
commissioned June 2, 1958 until August 13, 1961. 

T. H. Nix, Okeechobee, term expired September 18, 1957, re- 
commissioned January 29, 1958 until September 18, 1961. 

W. Allen Markham, Okeechobee, resigned January 5, 1959. 

Mrs. J. T. Kelley, Okeechobee, term expires October 1, 1959. 

Mrs. Austin Pearce, Okeechobee, commissioned January 22, 
1958 until October 16, 1959. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

R. A. Burgess, Okeechobee, commissioned August 8, 1957 
until the next Senate. 

OKECHOBEE COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Audley Dunham, Okeechobee, conmiissioned November 3, 

1958 for one year. 
Leonard Berger, Okeechobee, commissioned October 14, 1958 

for two years. 
Mrs. J. H. McCranie, Okeechobee, commissioned October 16, 

1958 for two years. 
Mrs. R. L. Alderman, Okeechobee, commissioend October 16, 

1958 for three years. 



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Martha G. Conely, Okeechobee, commissioned October 16, 
1958 for three years. 

ORANGE 
County Judge — Roger A. Barker, resigned May 29, 1957 and 

George E. Adams commissioned June 3, 1957 until January 

6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Arthur W. Newell. 
Sheriff— S. D. Starr. 
Tax Assessor — Helen Bennett. 
Tax Collector — C. A. Cheesman. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Robert Earl Kipp. 
Supervisor of Registration — Dixie P. Barber. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — W. M. Murphy. 
Solicitor, Criminal Court of Record — Richard H. Cooper. 
Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — Chas. E. Limpus. 
Judge, Juvenile Court — Mattie H. Farmer, 
County Surveyor — William C. Hart. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Sylvan McElroy. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James T. Cooper, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Mims, Winter Garden. 
District No. 4 — John T. Murdoch, Jr., Orlando. 
District No. 5— Jack W. McDowall, Winter Park. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Bethel B. Turner, Orlando. 
District No. 2— H. E. Smith, Apopka. 
District No. 3— W. J. Taylor, Jr., Winter Park. 
District No. 4 — Robert N. Heintzelman, Orlando. 
District No. 5 — Brantley Burcham, Orlando. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Johnie A. McLeod, Apopka. 
District No. 3— C. M. Tucker, Winter Garden. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Melvin H. Wills, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — Carl G. Sanders, Ocoee. 



198 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

ORANGE COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Floyd L. Land, Orlando, term expired Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, recommissioned for four years. 

District No. 2 — Charles E. Wells, Apopka, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years, resigned June 17, 1958 and 
Cline M. Walters, Apopka, commissioned June 30, 1958 
until January 3, 1961. 

District No. 3 — W. F. Cappleman, Jr., Winter Garden, re- 
signed June 17, 1958 and Dean Aitken, Winter Park, com- 
missioned June 25, 1958 until January 6, 1959, recommis- 
sioned for four years. 

District No. 4 — Ley H. Smith, Orlando, commissioned Janu- 
ary 8, 1957 for four years, resigned June 17, 1958 and Ray- 
mond F. Hart, Orlando, commissioned June 30, 1958 until 
January 3, 1961. 

District No. 5 — H. C. Buchanan, Winter Park, resigned June 
17, 1958 and William D. Joy, Jr., Winter Park, commissioned 
June 24, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

THE PINE HILLS FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

William L. McEvers, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 1957 

for four years. 
Helen T. Sully, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 

four years. 
Dave Pierce, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 1957 for four 

years. 
Cleve A. Willey, Orlando, commissioned January 6, 1959 for 

four years. 
Gerald E. Alexander, Orlando, commissioned January 6, 1959 

four four years. 

WEST ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL TAX DISTRICT 

D. Keith Abele, Windermere, term expired September 24, 

1957, recommissioned November 17, 1958 until September 
24, 1960. 

W. F. Cappleman, Jr., Winter Garden, term expired Septem- 
ber 24, 1958, recommissioned November 17, 1958 until Sep- 
tember 24, 1961. 

Harry M. Smith, Winter Garden, term expired September 24, 

1958, recommissioned November 17, 1958 until September 
24, 1961. 



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William Arrington, Orlando, term expired September 24, 1957, 

recommissioned November 17, 1958 until September 24, 

1960. 
Mrs. John F, Houck, Gotha, commissioned February 1, 1957 

until September 24, 1959. 
Harold D. Maguire, Ocoee, commissioned February 1, 1957 

until September 24, 1959. 
William D. Hartzog, Winter Haven, commissioned February 

1, 1957 until September 24, 1959. 

CONWAY FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Willard O. MacDonald, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 
1957 for four years. 

Harry Hicks, Orlando, commissioned January 8, 1957 for four 
years. 

B. W. Judge, Orlando, commissioned June 19, 1957 until Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

H. C. Groover, Orlando, commissioned November 14, 1957 
until January 6, 1959. 

ORANGE COUNTY ZONING COMMISSION 

Commissioner at Large — Mrs. William Day, Orlando, commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 2 — Lawrence S. Detrick, Winter Park, resigned 
July 8, 1958 and Robert Corwin Scott, Orlando, commis- 
sioned July 24, 1958 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned 
for four years. 

District No. 3 — Isaac S. Prescott, Orlando, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 4 — Rose Frances McCoy, Pinecastle, commis- 
sioned January 6, 1959 for four years. 

District No. 5 — Randolph Y. Matheny, Winter Park, com- 
missioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

HOLDEN HEIGHTS FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

James R. Kasper, Orlando, commissioned March 6, 1957 until 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Jerry Webb, Orlando, commissioned January 6, 1959 for four 
years. 

Everett Schnoebelen, Orlando, commissioned January 6, 1959 
for four years. 



200 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

ORLO VISTA FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Homer P. Moye, Orlo Vista, commissioned May 21, 1958 until 

January 6, 1959, recommissioned January 6, 1959 for four 

years. 
Edgar Frazier, Orlo Vista, commissioned January 6, 1959 for 

four years. 
Leo O. Hudon, Orlo Vista, commissioned January 6, 1959 for 

four years. 

OSCEOLA 
County Judge — O. P. Johnson. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Glenn Ray. 
Sheriff— Robert M. Buckels. 
Tax Assessor — Wade L. Lanier, Jr. 
Tax Collector— W. E. Pound. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — James Cecil Tyson. 
Supervisor of Registration — Dorothy Barber Purdy. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Phillip R. Kelley. 
County Surveyor — Wilham J. Johnston. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Fred C. Snodgrass. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Oren Brown, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — John J. Robertson, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Eugene Simmons, Kissimmee. 
District No. 4 — Leon E. Godwin, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — L. J. Harvey, Kenansville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clyde E. Story, Kissimmee, resigned Febru- 
ary 12, 1957 and S. Miles Sharp, Kissimmee, commissioned 
February 18, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — Ralph Yates, Kissimmee. 

District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 

District No. 4 — Louise G. Hettinger, St. Cloud. 

District No. 5 — Geo. H. Kempfer, Deer Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Paul Riggs, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— James E. Mozley, St. Cloud. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Mack McClain, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— George B. Jeffers, St. Cloud. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 201 

PALM BEACH 
County Judge — Richard P. Robbins. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — J. Alex Arnette. 
Tax Assessor — James M. Owens, Jr. 
Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 
Sheriff— John F. Kirk. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Howell L. Watkins. 
Supervisor of Registration — DeWitt Upthegrove. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Edward G. Newell. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Hugh MacMillan. 
Solicitor, Criminal Court of Record — Charles A. Nugent, Jr. 
Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — J. Louie Carter. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — F. A. Currie. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth P. Foster, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 2— Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3— Roy E. Michael, Jr., Lake Worth. 
District No. 4 — Ben F. Sundy, Delray Beach. 
District No. 5 — Paul Rardin, Jr., Canal Point. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Thurmond W. Knight, Pahokee. 
District No. 2 — Robert R. Horner, Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — Elizabeth S. Hand, Delray Beach. 
District No. 4 — Henry O. Earwood, Belle Glade . 
District No. 5— Ralph Kittler, West Palm Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Alfred Weeks, Jupiter. 

District No. 2— Kenneth R. Nix, Lake Park. 

District No. 3— Robert H. Eaves, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — Robert C. Johnson, Lake Worth. 

District No. 6 — Martin M. Kellenberger, Delray Beach. 

District No. 7— Robert T. Bardin, Canal Point. 

District No. 8 — Joseph R. Cherry, Belle Glade, deceased and 
Mrs. Aleese S. Cherry commissioned January 31, 1958 until 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Glynn E. Mayo, Jupiter. 
District No. 2 — Eugene H. Pulch, Lake Park. 



202 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — Hugh Anderson, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — Thomas K. Evans, Lake Worth. 

District No. 6— W. B. Wheeler, Delray Beach. 

District No. 7 — Francis W. Cross, Canal Point. 

District No. 8 — Buford F. Prescott, Belle Glade, deceased and 

W. L. Lee commissioned February 26, 1957 until January 

6, 1959. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Gordon E. Rankin, West Palm Beach, commissioned July 27, 
1955 until the next Senate. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Marvin P. Anthony, West Palm Beach, term expired Septem- 
ber 12, 1957 and E. D. Anthony, Jr., West Palm Beach, con- 
firmed by the Senate and commissioned September 12, 1957 
for four years. 

R. E. Hotard, West Palm Beach, term expired August 29, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 
29, 1957 for four years. 

T. T. Reese, Jr., Palm Beach, term expired September 12, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned September 
12, 1957 for four years. 

Robert F. Cromwell, Riviera Beach, term expired September 
29, 1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned Sep- 
tember 29, 1957 for four years. 

Chas. Evans, Jr., West Palm Beach, term expired August 29, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 
29, 1957 for four years. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach, term expired Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, recommissioned for four years. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. L. Murphy, Belle Glade, commissioned June 2, 1957 until 
August 15, 1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned December 9, 1957 until August 15, 1959. 

COMMISSIONERS FOR THE PORT OF PALM BEACH DISTRICT 

C. Markham Langham, Palm Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957 for four years. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 203 

Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957 for four years. 

Billy B. Bums, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 8, 
1957 for four years. 

JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

Roy S. Rood, Jupiter, term expired January 1, 1959, recom- 

missioned for four year term. 
Robert F. Kleiser, Jupiter, commissioned January 1, 1957 for 

four years. 
Benjamin H. Rigg, Jupiter, commissioned January 1, 1957 for 

two years, recommissioned for four year term. 

SOUTHWESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Herman L. Close, Belle Glade, term expired June 2, 1957, re- 
commissioned January 14, 1958 until June 2, 1960. 

Herbert D. Beck, Belle Glade, term expired June 3, 1958, re- 
commissioned October 6, 1958 until June 3, 1961. 

George L. Royal, Belle Glade, term expired June 6, 1958, re- 
commissioned November 3, 1958 until June 6, 1961. 

Fritz Stein, Belle Glade, deceased and Abby M. Zumpf, Belle 
Glade, commissioned April 19, 1957 until June 6, 1958, re- 
commissioned September 11, 1958 until June 6, 1961. 

C. A. Thomas, Lake Harbor, commissioned April 8, 1957 until 
June 13, 1959. 

NORTHWESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

A. R. Harrington, Pahokee, term expired June 22, 1957 and 

D. L. Hooks, Canal Point, commissioned June 27, 1957 until 

June 22, 1960. 
Robert D. Apelgren, Pahokee, term expired April 21, 1958 

and E. A. Jensen, Pahokee, commissioned April 14, 1958 

until April 21, 1961. 
William O. Moss, Pahokee, term expired June 6, 1958 and 

R. C. Lane, Pahokee, commissioned July 8, 1958 until June 

6, 1961. 
Jess M. Elliott, Pahokee, term expired September 6, 1958 and 

Wilham S. Plumer, Pahokee, commissioned October 6, 1958 

until September 6, 1961. 
O. H. Sheppard, Canal Point, term expired June 8, 1959. 



204 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

SOUTHEASTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Charles Senior, Boynton Beach, term expired March 1, 1957, 
recommissioned April 17, 1957 until March 1, 1961. 

Emory J, Barrow, Palm Beach, term expired March 1, 1956. 

Frances P. Spalsbury, Boca Raton, term expired March 1, 
1958, recommissioned May 15, 1958 until March 1, 1962. 

Mrs. Catherine E. Strong, Delray Beach, term expired March 
1, 1957, recommissioned April 17, 1957 until March 1, 1961. 

Andrew L. Fahens, Delray Beach, term expires March 1, 
1959. 

Paul Mercer, Boynton Beach, term expired March 1, 1958, re- 
commissioned May 15, 1958 until March 1, 1962. 

W. J. Snow, Delray Beach, term expires March 1, 1960. 

PASCO 
County Judge — A. J, Hayward, Jr., resigned October 1, 1958 

and W. H. Brewton commissioned November 12, 1958 until 

January 3, 1961. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Stanley C. Bumside. 
Sheriff — F. Leslie Bessenger. 
Tax Assessor — J. Ed Bryant. 
Tax Collector — Cecil Lee Smith. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Chester Ward Taylor, Jr. 
Supervisor of Registration — Dove C. Falls. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Gene H. Auvil. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Eric E. Wagner. 
County Surveyor — C. Fred Deuel. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth J. Smith, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — O. A. Allen, Zephyrhills, resigned June 11, 

1957 and Fred W. Gill, Zephyrhills, commissioned June 17, 

1957 until January 6, 1959. 
District No. 3— Melton E. Godwin, Land-O-Lakes. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio, deceased and 

Joe Herrmann, San Antonio, commissioned November 22, 

1957 until January 6, 1959. 
District No. 5 — Arthur H. Stevens, New Port Richey. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Charles F. Touchtown, Jr., Dade City. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 205 

District No. 2— Margaretta C. Witt, Zephyrhills. 

District No. 3 — Carl Edward Hatcher, New Port Richey. 

District No. 4— C. P. McCabe, San Antonio. 

District No. 5 — Edgar H. Kirkland, Lutz. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George E. Henry, Dade City. 
District No. 2 — David A. Dowling, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — J. Gregg O'Berry, Lacoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Paul J. Conner, Dade City, 
District No. 2 — J. J. Fraddosio, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — J. E. Stanley, Lacoochee. 

WEST PASCO COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. P. Stone, New Port Richey, term expires June 25, 1959, 
Dean F. Cox, New Port Richey, term expires June 25, 1959. 
E. F. Swartsel, Elfers, term expires June 25, 1959. 

PINELLAS 

County Judge — Jack F. White. 

County Judge — Richard A. Miller. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Avery W, Gilkerson. 

Sheriff — Sid M. Saunders, deceased and Donald S. Genung, 
Clearwater, commissioned March 3, 1958 until January 6, 
1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Tax Assessor — H. H. Sterling. 

Tax Collector — L. W. Lambert. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Floyd T. Christian. 

Supervisor of Registration — Wilda J. Cook. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Royce L. Kilpatrick, 

Judge, Civil and Criminal Court of Record — Joseph P, Mc- 
Nulty, 

County Surveyor — Kenneth A. Brunner, resigned October 21, 
1958 and William H. Thompson, St. Petersburg, commis- 
sioned November 24, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

Judge, Juvenile Court — Charles O. Parks, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edward H. LaVoie, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Frank R. Hoercher, St. Petersburg. 



206 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — Charles R. Fischer, Largo. 
District No. 4 — Evan R. Jenkins, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 5— R. Hosey Wick, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Frances Belcher, Clearwater. 

District No. 2 — Charles E. Helman, Jr., St. Petersburg. 

District No. 3 — Justin J. Albaugh, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 4 — Elwyn C. Vevier, Clearwater. 

District No. 5 — A. Franklin Green, St. Petersburg, resigned 
December 10, 1957 and James E. Hendry, St. Petersburg, 
commissioned February 21, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Robert J. Pauley, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — Ray E. Ulmer, Clearwater. 

District No. 3 — Julius L. Adams, Safety Harbor. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Clyde M. Kissinger, St. Petersburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Earl D. Hitchins, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — George D. Massey, Clearwater. 

District No. 3 — Percy P. Vasbinder, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — Walter H. Carey, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Douglas A. Rodenbaugh, Madeira Beach. 

PINELLAS COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

(Chapter 57-1726 abohshed as of January 1, 1959) 
Claude Strickland, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 8, 

1957 for four years. 
Arthur Nelson Cutler, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 

8, 1957 for four years. 
Margaret Stockinger, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 8, 

1957 for four years. 

PINELLAS COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

(Ch. 57-465 abohshes) 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. McLean, St. Petersburg, commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 2 — S. W. Adolfsen, Pinellas Park, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 for four years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 207 

District No. 3 — Thomas L. Smith, Clearwater, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 4 — Dr. Edwin C. Sproc, St. Petersburg, commis- 
sioned January 4, 1955 for four years. 

District No, 5 — Stanley Hatfield, St. Petersburg, commis- 
sioned January 8, 1957 for four years. 

INDIAN ROCKS SPECIAL FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

William T. Jones, Indian Rocks Beach, term expired January 
6, 1959, recommissioned for four year term. 

W. E. Luce, Indian Rocks Beach, term expired January 6, 1959, 
recommissioned for four year term. 

Charles M. Baldwin, Indian Rocks Beach, term expired Jan- 
uary 6, 1959 and Hazel P. Geissler, Belleair Beach, commis- 
sioned January 6, 1959 for four years. 

Frank O. Acton, Indian Rocks Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957 for four years. 

James A. Roesler, Indian Rocks Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957 for four years. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Wilbur C. Stone, St. Petersburg, term expired February 14, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 
14, 1957 until February 14, 1959. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Wallace B. Bishop, St. Petersburg, term expired January 12, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 4, 
1957 until January 12, 1961. 

Kennett Cowan, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expired January 12, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 17, 
1957 until January 12, 1961. 

A. B. Fogarty, St. Petersburg, term expired January 12, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and commissioned May 29, 1957 
until January 12, 1961. 

William A. Miller, St. Petersburg, term expired January 12, 
1957, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 12, 
1957 until January 12, 1961. 

Al D. Strum, St. Petersburg, term expired January 12, 1957, 
confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 25, 1957 
until January 12, 1961, deceased and L. L. McMasters com- 
missioned February 26, 1958 until the next Senate, 



208 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

PINELLAS COUNTY JUVENILE WELFARE BOARD 

Mrs. H. W. Holland, St. Petersburg, term expired August 11, 
1958. 

Mrs. Baya M. Harrison, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expired Au- 
gust 11, 1958. 

Robert E. Coleman, Jr., Clearwater, term expires July 18, 
1960. 

Kathleen E. Strickland, Tarpon Springs, term expires August 
11, 1960. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Herbert Fields, Clearwater, commissioned March 18, 1957 
until the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 
A.D., 1958, recommissioned April 1, 1958 until the first 
Tuesday after the first Monday in January 1960. 

William R. Watts, St. Petersburg, commissioned April 15, 1957 
until the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 
A.D., 1959. 

POLK 
County Judge — Chester M. Wiggins. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — D. H. Sloan, Jr. 
Sheriff — Hagan Parrish. 
Tax Assessor — John B. White. 
Tax Collector — Ray Clements. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Claude Harden, Sr. 
Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 
Judge, Criminal Court of Record — Roy H. Amidon. 
SoUcitor, Criminal Court of Record — Clifton M. Kelly. 
Clerk, Criminal Court of Record — R. J. Haslett. 
County Surveyor — F. T. Oiler. 

Judge, Juvenile Court — G. Bowdon Hunt, term expired Oc- 
tober 1, 1958, recommissioned for term of four years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Julian C. Durrance, Fort Meade . 
District No. 3 — Eugene A. Laurent, Bartow. 
District No. 4— J. B. Thornhill, Jr., Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — Aldine Combee, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Frank W. Myers, Lakeland. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 209 

District No. 2 — Hugh W. Wear, Bartow. 
District No. 3 — Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
District No. 4 — Fred G. Garner, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5— P. M. Fussell, Polk City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Geo. T. Hamed, Mulberry. 

District No. 2 — Henry Mitchell, Frostproof. 

District No. 3 — Frank C. Stanley, Jr., Aubumdale. 

District No. 4 — Walter G. Bell, Winter Haven. 

District No. 5 — J. Tom Watson, Lakeland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Pick Sansom, Sr., Mulberry. 

District No. 2— Harry E. Godwin, Fort Meade. 

District No. 3— W. H. Mock, Bartow. 

District No. 4 — Grady Maddox, Winter Haven, deceased and 
Otha C. Stringfellow, Winter Haven, commissioned March 
1, 1957 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

District No. 5 — Monroe Brannen, Lakeland. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. R. Waterson, Lakeland, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958, recommis- 
sioned February 5, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January 1960. 

District No. 2 — Frank W. Scatts, Lake Wales, term expired 
January 8, 1957, recommissioned March 4, 1957 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

District No. 3 — H. M. Fulton, Bartow, term expired first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned 
February 5, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1960. 

District No. 4 — W. J. Smith, Winter Haven, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

District No. 5 — Thos. W. Hook, Lakeland, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

POLK COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Arthur M. Pickard, Lakeland, commissioned 

January 8, 1957 for four years. 
District No. 2 — James W. Blanton, Fort Meade, commissioned 

January 8, 1957 for four years. 



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District No. 3 — James E. Monroe, Eagle Lake, commissioned 
January 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 4 — E. L. Jones, Winter Haven, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957 for four years. 

District No. 5 — James R. West, Lakeland, commissioned Jan- 
uary 8, 1957 for four years. 

POLK COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Edward T. Keenan, Frostproof, term expires July 18, 1959. 

Frank P. Goodman, Lake Alfred, term expires July 22, 1959. 

Miss Lillian Carpenter, Bartow, term expired August 1, 1957, 
recommissioned August 26, 1957 until August 1, 1961. 

C. T. Thrift, Jr., Lakeland, term expired August 12, 1957, re- 
commissioned September 23, 1957 until August 12, 1961. 

Wallace L. Storey, Bartow, term expires December 27, 1960. 

PUTNAM 
County Judge — Wm. E. Warren. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — A. W. Nichols, Jr. 
Sheriff— E. W. Walt Pellicer. 
Tax Assessor — Louis E. Tenney. 
Tax Collector— G. D. Bogue. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — William M. Thomas. 
Supervisor of Registration — Jessie T. Carswell. 
County Surveyor — Sidney Herbert Fortune. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Edward L. Bush. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS J 

District No. 1— T. C. Douglas, Welaka. ^ 

District No. 2 — Frank Sapp, Palatka. 

District No. 3 — Louis Broer, East Palatka. 

District No. 4 — R. B. Lilly, Florahome. 

District No. 5 — Woodrow W. Tilton, Palatka. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Edward L. Preston, Crescent City. 
District No. 2— W. H. Beasley, Patlatka. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Johntry, Johnson. 
District No. 4— W. W. Stockton, Palatka. 
District No. 5— Kelley Smith, Palatka. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. M. Jackson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. R. Kemp, Palatka. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Leslie B. Pigue, Crescent City. 
District No. 8 — Charles M. Livingston, Paiatka. 

PUTNAM COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

Ray L. Hawkins, East Paiatka, term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned Sep- 
tember 24, 1958 until the first Tuesday after the first Mon- 
day in January 1962. 

John M. Barrentine, Paiatka, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned September 
24, 1958 until first Tuesday after the first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1962. 

Wilham M. Dunson, Welaka, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned September 
24, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1962. 

E. T. Young, Paiatka, term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1960. 

Ruth B. Hay, Crescent City, term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1960. 

L. B, Bush, Interlachen, term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1960. 

ST. JOHNS 
County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Hiram Faver. 
Sheriff — L. O. Davis, Jr. 
Tax Assessor — Robert Hendrick Mattox. 
Tax Collector— R. D. Hill. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — W. Douglas Hartley. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. T. F. Ellzey. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Robert A. Andreu. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edgar L. Cooksey, St. Augustine. 

District No. 2— W. E. Byrd, Elkton. 

District No. 3 — George M. Beach, Hastings. 

District No. 4 — G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 

District No. 5 — Dan F. Mickler, St. Augustine. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Earl W. Bussey, Hastings, resigned September 
29, 1958 and Allen D. Nease, St. Augustine, commissioned 
October 6, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — George C. Hopkins, St. Augustine, resigned 
April 21, 1958 and Arthur Ralph KeDy, St. Augustine, com- 
missioned May 21, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

District No. 3— Clyde P. Smith, Hastings. 

District No. 4 — O. A. Albritton, St. Augustine. 

District No. 5 — Robert C. Neat, St. Augustine, resigned De- 
cember 20, 1957 and Edward B. LeMaster, III, Ponte Vedra 
Beach, commissioned January 10, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9— M. A. PeUicer, St. Augustine. 

District No. 11 — H. F. PeUicer, Hasting, deceased and K. G. 
Bailey, Hastings, commissioned November 14, 1957 until 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — Van B. Lindsey, St. Augustine, deceased and 

Noah J. Carter, St. Augustine, commissioned January 6, 

1959 for two years. 
District No. 11 — Merrill R. Greene, Hastings, suspended July 

2, 1958 and Harold Hart, Hastings, commissioned October 

15, 1958 during suspension. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Milton E. Bacon, St. Augustine, commissioned January 8, 1957 
for four years. 

ST. AUGUSTINE PORT, WATERWAY AND BEACH DISTRICT 

Frank F. Harrold, St. Augustine, term expired January 6, 

1959, recommissioned for four years. 
L. C. Ringhaver, St. Augustine, term expired January 6, 1959, 

recommissioned for four years. 
W. Irvine Drysdale, St. Augustine, term expired January 6, 

1959, recommissioned for four years. 

ANASTASIA MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Ralph C. Waterhouse, St. Augustine, commissioned January 

8, 1957 for four years. 
E. E. Coonrod, St. Augustine, commissioned January 8, 1957 



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for four years, resigned September 10, 1958 and W. L. 
Chance, St. Augustine, commissioned September 24, 1958 
until January 3, 1961. 
S. Raymond Cafaro, St. Augustine, commissioned January 8, 
1957 for four years. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, ST. JOHNS ZONING DISTRICT 

Frank F. Harrold, St. Augustine, term expired May 27, 1956 
and Charles G. Colquitt, St. Augustine, commissioned No- 
vember 15, 1957 until May 27, 1959. 

J. H. Spengler, St. Augustine, term expired March 4, 1957, 
recommissioned November 14, 1957 until March 4, 1960. 

Ralph C. Waterhouse, St. Augustine, term expired March 4, 
1957 and John W. Bright, St. Augustine, commissioned No- 
vember 14, 1957 until March 4, 1960. 

Charles E. Young, St. Augustine, term expired March 4, 1957 
and George B. Clary, St. Augustine, commissioned Decem- 
ber 4, 1957 until March 4, 1960. 

Walter H. Slater, St. Augustine, term expired March 4, 1957, 
recommissioned December 2, 1957 until March 4, 1960. 

ST. LUCIE 
County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 
Clerk, Circuit Court— W. C. Baggett. 
Sheriff— J. R. Norvell. 
Tax Assessor — Calvin P. Poppell. 
Tax Collector — Curtis M. James. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Ben. L. Bryan. 
Supervisor of Registration — Elizabeth Summerlin. 
Prosecuting Attorney — B. A. Bittan, Jr. 
County Surveyor — J. W. Whitice. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Walter M. Rogers. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. Y. Free, Fort Pierce. 

District No. 2 — Harry J. Kicliter, Fort Pierce, resigned No- 
vember 5, 1958 and E. L. Taylor, Fort Pierce, commissioned 
November 20, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 3 — N. W. Jorgensen, Fort Pierce. 

District No. 4 — Douglas Silver, Fort Pierce. 

District No, 5 — J. D. Nelson, Fort Pierce. 



214 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. T. Hammer, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 2— E. C. Collins, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 3 — Kirby Hayes, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Jack King, Fort Pierce. 
Disrict No. 5— Clyde W. Cato, Fort Pierce. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George William Futch, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 2— E. P. DeFriest, Fort Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Cody L. Bailey, Fort Pierce, commissioned 
April 25, 1958 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 
two years. 

District No. 2 — S. E. Richardson, Fort Pierce. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

James J. Barnes, Jensen Beach, term expired January 6, 1959, 
recommissioned for four years. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

O. G. Nanney, Fort Pierce, commissioned August 9, 1957 until 
the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned October 21, 1957 until August 7, 1959. 

FORT PIERCE EROSION DISTRICT 

L. K. Kasten, Fort Pierce Beach, term expired Janary 8, 1957. 
Isaac Porter Pitts, Fort Pierce Beach, term expired January 

8, 1957. 
Newton D. Shelley, Fort Pierce Beach, term expired January 

8, 1957. 
Lee S. Nelson, Fort Pierce Beach, term expired January 8, 

1957. 
Thomas R. Barr, Fort Pierce Beach, term expired January 8, 

1957. 

SANTA ROSA 

County Judge— Mahlon C. McCall. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Ray C. Helms. 
Sheriff — Bart D. Broxson. 
Tax Assessor — R. Glenn Gibson. 
Tax Collector — Archie Glover. 



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Supt. of Public Instruction — Radford M. Locklin. 
Supervisor of Registration — Bobby Jack Rivenbark. 
County Attorney — W. D. Bill Robertson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Albert Golden, Milton. 
District No. 2— Joe T. Allen, Sr., Milton. 
District No. 3 — Richard Finlay, Jay. 
District No. 4— Wilson Whitfield, Milton. 
District No. 5— Chfford Wilson, Harold. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Haywood Hanna, Jr., Milton. 
District No. 2 — Macon Wise, Jay. 
District No. 3 — Irwin B. Lewis, Milton. 
District No. 4 — Lee Brown, Bagdad. 
District No. 5— B. E. Hudson, Milton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Thomas S. Maddox, Milton. 
District No. 2— Harold W. Black, Bagdad. 
District No. 3— J. L. Abbott, Jay. 
District No. 4 — E. L. Bonifay, Gulf Breeze. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Charles F. Perkins, Milton, resigned January 
28, 1957 and Adrian Carpenter, Milton, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 7, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — Aubrey Martin, Bagdad. 

District No. 3— C. L. Edeker, Jay. 

District No. 4 — Harvey Parker, Harold. 

District No. 5— E. J. Hardy, Milton. 

SANTA ROSA HOSPITAL BOARD 

Melvin Hagler, Milton, term expired January 10, 1957, recom- 
missioned March 18, 1957 until January 10, 1961. 

Nolan Rogers, Milton, term expired January 30, 1958 and Sam 
G. Cox, Milton, commissioned March 4, 1958 until January 
30, 1962. 

D. M. Dobson, Jay, resigned April 24, 1958 and Joe Westmore- 
land, Jay, commissioned May 1, 1958 until January 30, 1959. 

John C. Malone, Jr., Milton, term expires January 30, 1959. 

Drew Roberts, Milton, term expires January 21, 1960. 



216 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSION 

O. M. Carter, Bagdad, term expires July 11, 1959. 

A. P. Bray, Gulf Breeze, deceased and John H. Stephens, Gulf 
Breeze, commissioned January 10, 1958 until July 13, 1959. 

Sam G. Cox, Milton, resigned May 12, 1958 and Herbert H. 

Henzelman, Bagdad, commissioned May 23, 1958 until July 

15, 1959. 
Cason Walker, Milton, resigned May 12, 1958 and S. S. Dixon, 

Milton, commissioned May 19, 1958 until July 14, 1959. 

B. S. Gillman, Milton, term expires July 20, 1959. 

George H. Leonard, Milton, resigned September 26, 1957 and 

Joel J. Ward, Milton, commissioned February 17, 1958 until 

August 1, 1959. 
J. W. Dobson, Jay, resigned November 12, 1957 and J. W. 

Jernigan, Bagdad, commissioned April 14, 1958 until August 

4, 1959. 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY JURY COMMISSION 

R. B. Hobbs, Pace, term expired January 8, 1957, recommis- 
sioned June 27, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January 1959. 

Nell Leonard, Milton, term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1958, recommissioned February 10, 
1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

R. A. Harper, Sr., Milton, term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1958, recommissioned April 17, 1958 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

Price W. Malone, Milton, term expired January 8, 1957, re- 
commissioned July 24, 1957 until first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1959. 

Nolan Rogers, Bagdad, term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1958 and M. Eugene Armstead, Sr., 
Bagdad, commissioned January 27, 1958 until first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1960. 

SARASOTA 

County Judge — John D. Justice, resigned April 9, 1957 and 
Russell D. Thomas commissioned April 16, 1957 until Jan- 
uary 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — W. A. Wynne. 

Sheriff — Ross E. Boyer. 



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Tax Assessor — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Charlie Hagerman. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Carl C. Strode. 

Supervisor of Registration — Virginia H. Meade. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

County Surveyor — J. V. Mosby. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — C. J. Wiersteiner. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edwin F. McCann, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — Albert D. Corson, Sarasota. 
District No. 3 — James D. Neville, Sarasota. 
District No. 4 — Gustin M. Nelson, Sarasota. 
District No. 5 — Glenn E. Potter, Sarasota. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Guy L. Langer, Sarasota. 

District No. 2 — Philip H. Hiss, Sarasota. 

District No. 3 — Donald L. Johns, Sarasota, resigned July 9, 

1958 and William D. Bellamy, Sarasota, commissioned July 

24, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 
District No. 4 — Barbara Parker Ingram, Sarasota. 
District No. 5 — Mrs. Laurence E. Loper, Sarasota. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George S. Fosler, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — R. W. Thompson, Laurel. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Edward A. Perpente, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — R. Bruce Rigby, Nokomis. 

SARASOTA COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Ocie C. Hamilton, Sarasota, term expired December 8, 1958. 
John C. Pinkerton, Sarasota, term expired December 13, 1958. 
Jerry Van Orden, Sarasota, term expired December 8, 1958. 
John M. Scheb, Sarasota, term expired December 8, 1958. 
Hoke S. Bowden, Venice, term expired December 15, 1958. 

SARASOTA COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Benton W. Powell, Sarasota, term expired January 6, 1959, 
recommissioned for four years. 

Hoke S. Bowden, Venice, term expired January 6, 1959, re- 
commissioned for four years. ' 



218 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

John F. Burket, Jr., Sarasota, term expired January 6, 1959 

and Elizabeth Purdy, Sarasota, commissioned January 6, 

1959 for four years. 
Emmet Addy, Sarasota, term expired January 6, 1959 and 

WiUiam E. Robertson, Sarasota, commissioned January 6, 

1959 for four years. 
P. B. Huguenin, Sarasota, resigned and Dallas W. Dort, Sara- 
sota, commissioned December 13, 1957 until January 6, 1959, 

recommissioned for four years. 
Lota Mundy, Venice, commissioned January 8, 1957 for four 

years. 
Harold Glascock, M.D., Sarasota, commissioned January 8, 

1957 for four years. 
Arnold J. Funk, Sarasota, commissioned January 8, 1957 for 

four years. 
Annette D. Gilbert, Sarasota, commissioned January 8, 1957 

for four years. 

ENGLEWOOD LIGHTING DISTRICT 

Walter H. Glass, Englewood, term expired October 11, 1957. 
David G. Miller, Englewood, term expired October 11, 1958. 
J. D. Tate, Englewood, term expired October 11, 1958. 
Hugh Walker, Englewood, commissioned January 11, 1957 

until October 11, 1960. 
Edgar Van Norman, Englewood, commissioned January 11, 

1957 until October 11, 1960. 

SEMINOLE 

County Judge — Ernest Householder, deceased and Wilson Al- 
exander commissioned January 23, 1958 until January 6, 
1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — O. P. Herndon. 

Sheriff— J. L. Hobby. 

Tax Assessor — Mary E. Earle. 

Tax Collector — John L. Galloway. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — R. T. Milwee. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Camilla D. Bruce. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Karlyle Householder. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Frank L. Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Krider, Sanford. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 219 

District No. 2 — Fred A. Dyson, Sanford. 

District No. 3— W. L. Swofford, Alta Monte Springs. 

District No. 4— B. C. Dodd, Winter Park. 

District No. 5 — Homer Little, Sanford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — John L. Brumley, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Bistline, Longwood. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Jordan, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — Charles F. Harrison, Geneva. 
District No. 5 — W. A. Patrick, Sanford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Theo Aulin, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — W. Hugh Duncan, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — Homer Sewell, Altamonte Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — George A. Kelsey, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — J. Q. Galloway, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — W. A. Lewis, Longwood. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

John W. Evans, Oviedo, term expired December 18, 1957, re- 
commissioned January 22, 1958 until December 18, 1961. 

Robert S. Bradford, Altamonte Springs, term expired Decem- 
ber 16, 1957, recommissioned January 24, 1958 until De- 
cember 16, 1961. 

Victor M. Green, Sanford, deceased and John R. Schirard, 
Sanford, commissioned January 22, 1958 until December 
30, 1958, recommissioned January 16, 1959 until December 
20, 1962. 

A. B. Peterson, Sr., Sanford, term expires December 11, 1959. 

Andrew Carraway, Sanford, term expires December 30, 1960. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Henry A. Simpson, Geneva, term expires September 7, 1959. 

J. D. Wright, Jr., Sanford, term expired September 7, 1957 
and John Schirard, Jr., Sanford, commissioned November 
4, 1957 until September 7, 1961, resigned January 16, 1958 
and Arthur H. Harris, Sanford, commissioned January 22, 
1958 until September 7, 1961. 

J. R. Hall, Sanford, term expires September 7, 1959. 



220 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

C. R. Clonts, Oviedo, term expired September 7, 1958, recom- 
missioned September 17, 1958 until September 7, 1962. 

L. T. Bryan, Altamonte Springs, term expires September 7, 
1960. 

SUMTER 

County Judge — P. B. Howell. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — C. Burton March, 

Sheriff— M. H. Bowman. 

Tax Assessor — Inman Wheeler, resigned January 10 ,1958 and 
Joe D. Caruthers, Sr., commissioned January 17, 1958 until 
January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Tax Collector. — Curtis Beville. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Herbert Simmons. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr. 

County Surveyor — Truby W. Hunt. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. W. Caruthers, Oxford. 

District No. 2 — Leroy Smith, Coleman. 

District No. 3 — A. D. Palmer, Wildwood. 

District No. 4 — Joe Hamilton, Bushnell. 

District No. 5 — Melvin Carlton, Webster. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Willard Peebles, Wildwood. 

District No. 2 — Carl L. Binger, Bushnell. 

District No. 3 — Jack Drawdy, Webster. 

District No. 4 — E. R. Smith, Coleman. 

District No. 5 — Roy H. Caruthers, Sumter. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. M. Barlow, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Donald E. Fussell, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — ^L. G. Green, Webster. 
District No. 7— J. L. Fugate, Center Hill. 
District No. 9 — B. H. Stone, Coleman. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — C. C. Spurling, Wildwood, deceased and Ma- 
con L. Rutland, Wildwood, commissioned January 6, 1959 
for two years. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORmA 221 

District No. 4 — Sterling Giddens, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Robert Fussell, Webster. 
District No. 9 — Cecil Partridge, Coleman. 

BOARD OF THE SUMTER COUNTY RECREATION AND WATER 
CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

R. C. Wysong, Panascoffkee, commissioned July 10, 1957 until 

the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 

sioned October 28, 1957 until July 10, 1961. 
R. E. Word, Oxford, commissioned July 11, 1957 until the 

next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 

October 30, 1957 until July 11, 1960. 
J. L. Brown, Webster, commissioned July 15, 1957 until the 

next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 

December 4, 1957 until July 15, 1959. 

SUWANNEE 
County Judge — John Melvin Hearn. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — John H. Rowland, Jr. 
Sheriff — Hugh Lewis. 
Tax Assessor — Wm. Hubbard Gray. 
Tax Collector — Lavaughn H. Greene. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Rees Mills. 
Supervisor of Registration — Jack M. Cross, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Laure B. Roberson, Live Oak. 

District No. 2— Rudolph V. Scott, Live Oak. 

District No. 3 — Joe A. Boatright, Live Oak. 

District No. 4 — Leon L. Avery, Pinemount. 

District No. 5 — James F. Sanchez, Branford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — John S. Flood, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — Otto Dickman, Sr., Live Oak. 
District No. 3— V. V. Brimm, Live Oak. 
District No. 4 — Henry Vann, Live Oak. 
District No. 5— Thonis Barnett, O'Brien. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— J. T. Futch, Live Oak. 
District No. 3— T. J. McKeithen, Wellborn. 



222 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George L. Knight, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — Woodrow Ellison, Live Oak. 
District No. 3 — Charles W. Johnson, Wellborn. 
District No. 4— L. D. O'Steen, Wellborn. 

SUWANNEE COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

Louie C. Wadsworth, Live Oak, term expired July 28, 1957, 
recommissioned July 26, 1957 until July 28, 1961. 

L. J. Day, Live Oak, term expired July 17, 1957, recommis- 
sioned July 24, 1957 until July 17, 1961. 

Kelly Weaver, Live Oak, term expired July 17, 1958, recom- 
missioned July 22, 1958 until July 17, 1962. 

Fred W. Jones, Branford, term expired August 18, 1956, re- 
commissioned February 26, 1957 until August 18, 1960. 

J. D. Henry, Live Oak, term expired August 7, 1956, recom- 
missioned February 22, 1957 until August 7, 1960. 

SUWANNEE COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Miss Helen Bixler, Live Oak, term expired January 3, 1958 

and Mrs. Winston Rogers, Live Oak, commissioned April 

23, 1958 until January 3, 1962. 
Mrs. Drew O'Steen, Branford, term expired January 12, 1957, 

recommissioned April 8, 1957 until January 12, 1961. 
William C. Airth, Live Oak, term expired January 13, 1956, 

recommissioned February 18, 1957 until January 13, 1960. 
Mrs. John G. Cameron, Live Oak, term expired January 18, 

1958, recommissioned March 14, 1958 until January 18, 1962, 
Mrs. C. D. Williams, Branford, term expired January 12, 1957, 

recommissioned April 10, 1957 until January 12, 1961. 

TAYLOR 
County Judge — Byron Butler. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — F. A. Parker. 
Sheriff — Maurice S. Linton. 
Tax Assessor — A. J. Ezell, 
Tax Collector — Odis Murphy. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — Alton H. Wentworth. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Wiley Lee. 
County Surveyor — R. H. Woods. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — J. F. McCall, resigned January 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 223 

3, 1958 and Judson B. Faircloth commissioned January 8, 
1958 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— E. J. Tedder, Perry. 
District No. 2— W. H. King, Perry. 
District No. 3 — J. J. Morgan, Perry. 
District No. 4 — C. A. Lewis, Perry. 
District No. 5 — Johnnie Livingston, Perry. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Walter D. Poppell, Perry. 
District No. 2 — Norman C. Hendry, Perry. 
District No. 3— J. O. English, Shady Grove. 
District No. 4 — J. Louie Adams, Perry. 
District No. 5 — S. S. Agner, Perry. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. T. Underwood. Perry. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Henry Perry Sauls, Perry. 
District No. 3— J. T. Bodiford, Steinhatchee. 

TAYLOR COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Mrs. Eve Loughridge, Perry, term expired October 11, 1958, 
recommissioned for four year term. 

T. W. Stackhouse, Perry, term expires October 25, 1959. 

G. W. Clark, Perry, term expires October 11, 1960. 

Sam Register, Perry, term expires October 12, 1960. 

B. Roland Fisher, term expired October 11, 1957, recommis- 
sioned November 27, 1957 until October 11, 1961. 

UNION 
County Judge — S. B. Brooks. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Robert A, Driggers. 
Sheriff— John H. Whitehead. 
Tax Assessor — Marcus Howard. 
Tax Collector — R. R. Pearce. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — T. Shepard Thomas. 
Supervisor of Registration — Beatrice Courson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana L. Duke, Lake Butler. 



224 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 2— Orin Reddish, Raiford. 
District No. 3— S. M. Brown, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — J. R. Bielling, Jr., Lulu. 
District No. 5— Fred L. Thomas, Lulu. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2— W. B. Bloodsworth, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — A. Everett Crawford, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — Silas Crawford, Lake Butler. 
District No. 5— M. M. Loadholtz, Lake Butler. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 3 — R. L. Rhoden, Raiford, commissioned January 
9, 1957 until January 6, 1959, recomissioned for two years. 

VOLUSIA 

County Judge — ^Thomas N. Tappy. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — Jess Mathas. 

Sheriff — Rodney B. Thursby. 

Tax Assessor — Warren Jackson. 

Tax Collector — Cornelia Smith Paul. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — John H. Smiley. 

Supervisor of Registration — Katherine S. Odham. 

County Surveyor — H. F. DuVal. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — James T. Nelson. 

Judge, Juvenile Court — Max Frank Massfeller, commissioned 

June 16, 1958 until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for 

four years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— S. E. Stone, DeLand. 

District No. 2 — Ralph W. Richards, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 3 — Grady B. Williamson, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 4 — U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 5 — Harris M. Saxon, New Smyrna Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— John F. McCallum, DeLand. 

District No. 2 — Jas. L. Dixon, Daytona Beach, resigned De- 
cember 31, 1958 and Horace D, Riegle, Daytona Beach, 
commissioned January 5, 1959 until January 3, 1961. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 225 

District No. 3 — Anne D. Cox, New Smyrna Beach. 
District No. 4 — Jeanne M. Goddard, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — Monso Tatum, DeLand. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. S. Peterson, Osteen, commissioned January 
6, 1959 for two years. 

District No. 2— Charles M. Everett, DeBary. 

District No. 4— Wallace R. Smith, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — James Oliver Taylor, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffe, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — A. J. Bennett, Ormond Beach. 

District No. 8 — J. C. Beard, Daytona Beach, suspended De- 
cember 18, 1958 and Dan R. Warren, Daytona Beach, com- 
missioned January 5, 1959 during suspension. 

District No. 9 — Henry Nagel, Port Orange. 

District No. 10— Robt. H. Matthews, New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 11— Erik W. Prevatt, Seville. 

District No. 12 — Anthony J. Grezik, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Edward Webb, Orange Citj', deceased, and 
Arthur H. Bowkley, Orange City, commissioned January 

5, 1959 until January 3, 1961. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Irving Veino, Jr., Osteen. 

District No. 2 — Oscar D. Papineau, DeBary. 

District No. 4— W. M. Slaughter, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — Harold L. Carlisle, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — M. C. Bessenger, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — Edward A. Marosites, Ormond Beach. 

District No. 8 — J. T. Kinchen, Daytona Beach, suspended De- 
cember 18, 1958 and James F. Haas, Daytona Beach, com- 
missioned January 5, 1959 during suspension. 

District No. 9 — Roy Clifton, Port Orange, deceased and 
Thomas F. Connolly, Port Orange, commissioned January 

6, 1959 for two years. 

District No. 10 — F. R. Galbreath, New Smyrna Beach. 
District No. 11 — Thomas F. Loadholtz, Seville. 
District No. 12— Otis L. McCuUough, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 14 — Alva T, Hayman, Orange City. 



226 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 
8, 1957 for four years. 

EAST VOLUSIA COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

M. F. Ellinor, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 1, 1957 

for four years. 
Robert A. Merrell, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 1, 

1959 for four years. 

NORTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

Elmer E. Farrington, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 

1, 1957 for two years. 
Harry W. Galer, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 1, 

1957 for two years, resigned July 2, 1957 and Charles H. 

Gittner, Sr., Ormond Beach, commissioned July 9, 1957 

until December 31, 1958, recommissioned January 1, 1959 

until December 31, 1960. 
Frederick A. Hamilton, Ormond Beach, commissioned Janu- 
ary 1, 1957 for two years, recommissioned January 1, 1959 

until December 31, 1960. 
Charles P. Tracy, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 1, 

1957 for two years, recommissioned January 1, 1959 until 

December 31, 1960. 
Gilbert R. Pearson, Ormond Beach, commissioned February 

14, 1957 until December 31, 1958. 
Charles H. Strasser, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 

1, 1959 until December 31, 1960. 
William Gunning, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 1, 

1959 until December 31, 1960. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, NORTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

Harry W. Galer, Ormond Beach, resigned March 14, 1957 

and Eugene A. Werckle, Ormond Beach, commissioned 

January 10, 1958 until July 6, 1959. 
Harry Shaw, Ormond Beach, term expires July 6, 1959. 
Ralph A. Tracy, Ormond Beach, term expires July 2, 1959. 
Arnold Briggs, Ormond Beach, resigned July 16, 1957 and 

William W. Swann, Ormond Beach, commissioned January 

13, 1958 until June 25, 1959. 
John L. Graham, term expires July 12, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 227 

SOUTHEAST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

J. A. Sapp, New Smyrna Beach, term expired March 29, 1957, 
recommissioned May 6, 1957 until March 29, 1961. 

John R. DeBerry, New Smyrna Beach, term expired March 
29, 1957, recommissioned May 6, 1957 until March 29, 1961. 

David K. McGinnis, Edgewater, term expires March 29, 1959. 

Richard C. Paxton, New Smyrna Beach, term expires March 
29, 1959. 

V. B. Baldwin, Sr., Oak Hill, term expires March 29, 1958. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

N. Arthur Hamilton, Daytona Beach, term expired January 
8, 1957, recommissioned April 8, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

W. C. Holler, DeLand, term expired January 8, 1957, recom- 
missioned April 15, 1957 until January 6, 1959. 

R. S. Williams, New Smyrna Beach, term expired first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1958, recommissioned 
January 31, 1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1960. 

HARBOR MASTER 

E. B. Honerkamp, New Smyrna Beach, commissioned January 
15, 1957 until the next Senate. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF SOUTH PENINSULA 
ZONING DISTRICT 

H. E. Rosecrans, Daytona Beach, commissioned May 15, 1957 

until May 8, 1959. 
Harold D. Lucey, Daytona Beach, commissioned May 21, 1957 

until February 15, 1958, recommissioned May 7, 1958 until 

February 15, 1961. 
Robert Thoburn, Daytona Beach, commissioned May 21, 1957 

until March 7, 1958 and J. Frank Isaac, Daytona Beach, 

commissioned June 4, 1958 until March 7, 1961. 
D. B. Alexander, Daytona Beach, commissioned May 27, 1957 

until February 25, 1958, recommissioned May 23, 1958 until 

February 25, 1961. 
C. Robert DeArmas, Daytona Beach, commissioned June 13, 

1957 until February 19, 1958, recommissioned May 19, 1958 

until February 19, 1961. 

SOUTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

John M. Dach, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 1, 1957 



228 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

for two years, recommissioned January 1, 1959 for two 

years. 
Walter C. Newcomb, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 

1, 1957 for two years, recommissioned January 1, 1959 for 

two years. 
J. Frank Isaac, Daytona Beach, resigned November 5, 1957 

and CuUen H. Talton, Daytona Beach, commissioned No- 
vember 14, 1957 until January 1, 1959, recommissioned for 

two years. 
Walter E. Foster, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 1, 

1957 for two years, recommissioned January 1, 1959 for two 

years. 
Richard M. Moores, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 1, 

1959 for two years. 

WEST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Charles E. Tribble, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
James E. Pollard, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
Laurie A. Perkins, Jr., DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
Monso Tatum, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
W. H. McBride, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
John E. O'Neill, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
Gerald E. Frierson, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
Austin U. Conrad, DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 
W. M. Acree, Jr., DeLand, term expires June 11, 1959. 

HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

District No. 1 — W. C. Perry, Daytona Beach, term expired 
May 23, 1957, recommissioned May 8, 1957 until May 23, 
1961. 

District No. 1 — W. O. LeGrande, Daytona Beach, term ex- 
pired May 23, 1957, recommissioned May 13, 1957 until May 
23, 1961. 

District No. 1 — E. C. Rand, Daytona Beach, term expired May 
23, 1957, recommissioned May 13, 1957 until May 23, 1961. 

District No. 1 — John E. Pierce, Daytona Beach, term expires 
May 23, 1959. 

District No. 2 — Ernest J. Cassen, Daytona Beach, term ex- 
pires May 23, 1959. 

WEST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

Drew L. Harris, DeLand, commissioned March 24, 1958 until 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 229 

the next general election, recommissioned December 10, 

1958 until the next general election. 
Harry P. Newton, DeBary, commissioned March 19, 1958 until 

the next general election, recommissioned December 29, 

1958 until the next general election. 
P. V. Proctor, DeLand, commissioned March 25, 1958 until 

the next general election, recommissioned December 22, 

1958 until the next general election. 
Andrew F. Powell, DeLand, commissioned April 1, 1958 until 

the next general election, recommissioned December 22, 

1958 until the next general election. 
T. H. Scovell, DeLand, commissioned April 10, 1958 until the 

next general election, recommissioned December 29, 1958 

until the next general election. 

WAKULLA 

County Judge — George L. Harper. 

Clerk, Circuit Court — D. Moody Pearce. 

Sheriff— W. R. Taff. 

Tax Assessor — Julius Duggar, deceased and Wilmer A. Strick- 
land commissioned November 17, 1958 until January 3, 1961. 

Tax Collector — J. M. Gwin, commissioned January 8, 1957 
until January 6, 1959, recommissioned for two years. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — C. L. Townsend. 

Supervisor of Registration — Newman R. Harper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. D. Turner, Crawfordville. 

District No. 2 — Ralph L. Strickland, Crawfordville. 

District No. 3— Sam W .Smith, Crawfordville. 

District No. 4 — Willard Carter, Crawfordville. 

District No. 5 — D. L. Strickland, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Kenneth Roberts, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — A. L. Gowdy, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — L. R. Harvey, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — James G. Taylor, Panacea. 
District No. 5 — S. W. Revell, Sopchoppy. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — Curtis L. Benton, Tallahassee. 



230 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

WALTON 
County Judge — Joe Dan Trotman. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — E. Leo Andrews. 
Sheriff— Curtis R. Miller. 
Tax Assessor — J. Will Kelly. 
Tax Collector — Alton Renfroe. 
Supt. of Public Instruction — Grey Wilson. 
Ex-Officio Supervisor of Registration — Emery Campbell. 
County Surveyor — Garland Edwards. 

Acting County Prosecuting Attorney — A. G. Campbell, Jr. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Emery Campbell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George A. McLeod, Red Bay. 
District No. 2 — Odell Thompson, Darlington. 
District No. 3 — Hubert Bell, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — Coy Burgess, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — Albert B. Gavin, Freeport. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Howard H. Griffith, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 2 — Hewett Lindsey, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — Cortez Cadenhead, Freeport. 
District No. 4 — Hubert R. Adkinson, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — Tom Weeks, Darlington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Forrest N. Campbell, Lakewood. 

District No. 4 — George Dandelakis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Rupert R. Ray, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 6 — Festus Pippin, Freeport. 

District No. 8 — C. G. Crate, Santa Rosa, resigned October 

22, 1957. 
District No. 10— D. M. Sweeney, Mossy Head. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Charlie Beck, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Gehew H. Linton, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 6 — Loyce V. Senterfitt, Freeport. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 231 

District No. 8 — Vincent F. Germanese, Santa Rosa. 
District No. 9— Seth M. Carroll, Point Washington. 
District No. 10— W. T. Cox, Mossy Head. 

WALTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

W. E. Munn, DeFuniak Springs, term expired March 11, 1958 

and R. M. Sawyer, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned June 

13, 1958 until March 11, 1962. 
W. L. Dannelley, DeFuniak Springs, term expires March 11, 

1959. 
Henry C. Hodges, DeFuniak Springs, term expires March 10, 

1960. 
M. O. Warren, Sr., DeFuniak Springs, term expires March 

10, 1960. 
John E. Sutton, DeFuniak Springs, term expired March 11, 

1957, recommissioned June 24, 1957 until March 11, 1961. 

WALTON COUNTY JURY COMMISSION 

Otis Mathis, Florala, commissioned January 8, 1958 until first 

Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959. 
R. B. Underwood, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned December 

30, 1957 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 

1961. 
John H. Drake, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned January 2, 

1958 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 
W. H. Casey, Freeport, commissioned January 2, 1958 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 
Will Rushing, Redbay, conmiissioned December 30, 1957 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1961. 

WALTON COUNTY CURB MARKET 

W, Paul Thompson, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned June 

4, 1958 until May 21, 1959. 
Howard Anderson, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned June 30, 

1958 until May 24, 1959. 
Eddie Jones, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned July 16, 1958 

until May 12, 1959. 

WASHINGTON 
County Judge — ^Fred T. Bennett. 
Clerk, Circuit Court — Loran L. Cook. 



232 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sheriff — George Watts, Jr. 

Tax Assessor — Bedie Owen. 

Tax Collector— H. W. Varnum. 

Supt. of Public Instruction— W. T. McFatter, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bryan Register. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Walter T. Cook, Vernon. 

District No. 2 — O. S. Johnson, Chipley. 

District No. 3 — David J. Cook, Vernon. 

District No. 4 — Clayton Bush, Chipley. 

District No. 5 — Leslie Roberts, Chipley. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— C. H. Brock, Bonifay. 

District No. 2 — J. A. Douglas, Chipley. 

District No. 3— J. E. Haddock, Vernon. 

District No. 4 — Leon R. Cox, Vernon, resigned September 25, 
1958 and Farrell L. Nelson, Chipley, commissioned Novem- 
ber 10, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 5 — W. G. Mercer, Chipley, resigned September 
17, 1958 and W. Lee Wood, Wausau, commissioned Novem- 
ber 10, 1958 until January 6, 1959. 

TRUSTEES OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Euless Watford, Chipley, term expired January 14, 1958 and 
L. E. Sellers, Chipley, commissioned July 14, 1958 until 
January 14, 1962. 

Cecil Carswell, Chipley, term expired January 14, 1957, re- 
commissioned March 6, 1957 until January 14, 1961. 

J. M. Engram, Chipley, term expires January 24, 1959. 

W. M. Jenkins, Caryville, term expires January 22, 1960. 

Albert Deermont, Chipley, term expires January 18, 1960. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



233 



COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD 
1957-1958 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



WUlard I. Nowlin 

Gene Herring 

Francis S. Gilcrest 

George H. Moseley 

Vernon F. Sikes 

Ronald D. Cook 

John G. Duguid, Sr . . . . 

William L. Baker 

John H. Cromartie 

David M. Walker, Jr. . . 

Cecil E. Long 

Edward H. Brannon, Jr 
Robert F. Ensslin, Jr. . . 

KermithC. Hall 

Robert D. Morris, Jr. . . 

David N. Roberts 

Louis G. Dupont, Jr. . . . 

John A. Steward 

James M. Williams 

Jowell W. Bass 

Harold E. Dykes 

Wayne E. Nordlie 

Newlin R. Happersett. 

John Hughes 

Edward O. Green 

Paul C. Pace, III 

Thomas B. Prince, Sr.. , 

Charles F. Barnard 

Billy J. Bowling 

Franklin H. Gebhart . . 

Lawrence L. Mason ... 

Jesse F. Kirvin 

Agustin Gonzalez 

Robert W. Hall, Jr. . . . 

Emil Max Moss 

Richard S. Pinson 

Sidney J. Rus.se 11 

Lawrence S. Roberts . . 
Dean T. Biggerstaff . . . 

Robert F. Byrd 

James R . Godwin 

Eugene N. Roberts. . . . 

Delbert L. Likens 

Donald C. Strickland. . 

George H. Rice 

OdieB. Kast 

Fred T. Sammons 



Major, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantrv 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-3) 

Seconel Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 

Major, Artillery 

Captain, Artillery 

Captain, Armor 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Major, Dental Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . 

Fir.st Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artiller}^ 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Seconel Lieutenant, Medical Corps. . . . 
Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . 
First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillerj' 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillerj' 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Major, Medical Service Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantrv 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) . .- 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillerj' 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Finst Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 



Jan. 
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Jan. 
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234 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



JohnM. Elliott 

Nukie Evans 

Thomas C. Todd 

Charles G. Mohr 

Rudolph D. Cassens. . . . 
Lorenzo D. Geiger, Jr . . 

Gregg L. Fox 

Ottis Lee Patten 

William C. Aston, Jr . . . 
Robert G. White, Jr. . . . 

David C. Lane 

Robert J. Koss 

William C. Wofford . . . . 

James T. Landress 

William E. Norris 

Jerry C. HoUowaj^ 

Daniel R. Wurthner. . . . 

James R. Darden 

Gene R. Osselmeier . . . . 

Joseph H. Bolick 

Charles W. Lansing . . . . 

Robert L. Mohler 

Guss H. Nolan 

Edward E. Carnathan. . 
Thomas C. Simmons, Jr 

Alfred C. Jenkins 

James W. Marsh 

Charles F. Mixon, Jr . . . 

Delno V. Mullins 

Henry G. Frampton, Jr. 

Charles E. Ware 

Robert W. Brack, Jr . . . 
William B. Langley . . . . 
Emmett L. Cochrane. . . 

Donald S. Ellis 

Garner D. Harris 

Elsworth H. Hamm . . . . 

Albert Q. Davis 

Myron B. Barrow 

Harland D. Clements. . . 
Wallace M. Green, Jr. . . 

Delbert A. Routh 

George E. Martin 

James W. Hendricks 

Michael T. Eldred 

Donald V. Wilbur 

Robert P. Farmer 

Jerry D. Mathews 

Herbert C. Lloyd 

Charles R. Jenkins 

William N. Chambers. . 
Charles E. Pearson, Sr. 



Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. 

Captain, Medical Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Captain, Armor 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Ai'mor 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer, (W-1). . . ." 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant , Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Major, Medical Corps 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-2) 

Captain, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-4) 

Secontl Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Medical Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



235 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Clifford L. Craft 

Charlie E. Bembry 

Robert L. Cox 

Robert J. Starling 

Clyde M. Collins 

Richard D. Massey 

Earl P. Oehler 

Delno V. Mullins 

Richard Silvers, Jr 

William H. Pruitt 

George C. Coker 

OdieB. Kast 

Lindsay E. Cameron, Sr 

Herman A. Noland 

George A. Somers 

Travis E. Sandifer 

William H. Pease 

Franklin D. Knox 

Robert M. Baker 

John M. Sara 

John D. Pendarvis 

John W. Dan forth, Jr 

Joe P. Falls 

Joseph A. Garcia, Jr 

Fred W. Mulholland 

Gerald C. Esterline 

Harold M. McCormick 

Marion E. McKenna 

ElwoodE. Rich 

Robert G. Paterson 

Louis A. Colee 

Clyde Allen Martm, Jr 

Walter Omah Gibson, Jr. . . . 

Arthur James Pond, Jr 

Richard Ballentine Witt. . . . 

Billy Lee Peters 

Robert F. Hernandez 

Robert William Hall, Jr 

Walter Leon Revell 

Clyde Merritt 

John Joseph Zito 

Volie Adkins Williams, Jr. . . 

Walter David Sikes 

George Keith Walker 

Harry Linn Griffin 

Arthur Darnell Garrett 

Garj^ Adair Watterson 

Rufus Madison Holloway, Jr 

James Bruce Baxter 

Raymond Allen Brown 



Chief Warrant Officer, (W^-2) 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Captain, Quartermaster Corps 

Second lieutenant. Armor 

Major, Medical Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Quartermaster Coips 

Lieutanant-Colonel, Artillery 

Captain, Artillerv 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-3) 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Major, Artillerj^ 

Captain, Air Force 

Major, Adjutant Generals Corps. . . . 
Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Major, Armor 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-4) 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Artillery 

Major, Quartermaster Corps 

Major, Ordnance Corps 

Captain, Artillery 

Captain, Infantrj' 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Infantrv 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-3) 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Captain, Artillery 

Captain, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Warrant Officer, (W-1). 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Finance Corps . . 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Air Foce 



Major, Judge Advocate General's 

Corps 

Captain, Armor 

Second lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, ArtUlery 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



13, 
17, 
19, 
19, 
20, 
20, 
20, 
24, 

26; 

27, 
28, 
28, 

1 

1 
18, 
18, 
21 

23, 

24, 

24, 

24, 

27, 

29, 

29, 

29, 

1, 

6, 

6, 

6, 

6, 

6, 



8, 
9, 
10, 
15, 
16, 
19, 
19, 
21, 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



26, 1957 
26, 1957 
26, 1957 
26, 1957 
26, 1957 

26, 1957 

27, 1957 
27, 1957 
27, 1957 



\ 



236 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Karl Braden Mohr 

Peter Penick Pierce, Jr 

John Coopfr St. Clair 

Robert James Waller, Jr 

Edwin Benjamin Hill 

James Edward Harris 

William Wallace Wiele 

Gene Arthur Krueger 

John Baxter Swing 

Oscar Harvey Adams 

James Calhoun Pressly, Jr . . . . 

Willis Barnum Coker McCarty 

Gardiner William Snyder 

Roland C. McLaughlin 

John E. Milstead 

Thomas E. Sandlin 

John E. Milstead 

Victor Fred Kohlmeier 

George K. Hall 

John R. Montpetit 

Eugene C. Stivender 

James D. Proctor, Jr 

Henry C. Lunsford 

Bruce E. Roper 

Jack A. Ehrmantraut 

James B. Mays 

Joe M. Bailey 

Harold Merle Word 

Maxwell C. Snyder 

Albert E. Durrell 

August C. Lutz 

Robert A. Patrick 

Elmer D. Clark 

Alvin L. Kipp 

Judge J. May 

William M. Cook 

Norman Shubert 

Desse O. Campbell 

Jack L. Rogers 

George N. Saba 

Billy D. Dansby 

George P. Sarres 

Harry T. Kemp 

Harry T. Kemp 

Williams. Griffin, Jr 

Tommy B. King 

William J. Lang 

Frank M. Gornto 



Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Major, Quartermaster Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Artillery 

Captain, Transportation Corps .... 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second I ieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Chaplins Corps . . 

First lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-3) 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Medical Service Corps. . . . 

First lieutenant. Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Major, Armor 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer, (W-1) 

Major-General, Line 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Armor 

Major, Adjutant Generals Corps. . . 

First Lieutenant, Infpntry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Quartermaster Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Major, Infantry 



Aug. 


27, 


Aug. 


28, 


Aug. 


28, 


Aug. 


29, 


Aug. 


29, 


Aug. 


29, 


Aug. 


29, 


Aug. 


29, 


Aug. 


30, 


Aug. 


30, 


Aug. 


30, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


16, 


Srpt. 


16, 


Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


18, 


Sept. 


18, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


21, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


23, 


Sept. 


30, 


Sept. 


30, 


Sept. 


30, 


Sept. 


30, 


Sept. 


30, 


Oct. 


1, 


Oct. 


1, 


Oct. 


1, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


4, 


Oct. 


5, 


Oct. 


7, 


Oct. 


8, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


11, 


Oct. 


21, 


Oct. 


21, 


Oct. 


22, 


Oct. 


24, 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



237 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Eichard Ron^ald Frisbie 
William C. Astone, Jr . 

Daniel D. Berga 

Edward D. Clery, Jr . . 
Emmett L. Cochrane. . 

Jack M. Garmon 

Thomas Herrington . . . 

Colon A. Knight 

Robert D. Morris, Jr. . 

Otha R. Smith, Jr 

Laurence A. Groover . . 
Herbert H. Hoff. .... . 

Paul Sanborn Hutchins 
Martin E. Chandler. . . 

Alfred E. Butler 

Thomas E. Skornschek , 
Howard C. Gray, Jr. . . 
Haskell G. Rembert. . . 

Curtis D. Clement .... 

ClvdeM. Collins 

Clifton F. Milton 

Theron D. Whidden, Jr 
Richard E. Dorman. . . 
Roger M. Erickson. . . . 

Ronald H. Perry 

Wayne A. Hartnup. . . . 

John J. Hart, Jr 

William N. Chambers . 

RodnevP. Hall 

George R. McElvy 

James A. Johnson 

William B. Curry 

Donald W. Smith 

James C. Rinaman, Jr. , 

George R. Mason 

James R. Hr-y 

Luther P. Shelton 

Robert J. Starling 

James J. Taylor 

Earl H. Lanier 

William L. Wolf 



Major, Artillery 

Captain, Air Force , 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Fii'st Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer, (W-2) 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantrj^ 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Infantry 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Medical Corps. 

Captain, Chemical Corps 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Ordnance Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Medical Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Medical Corps 

Captain, Ordnance Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Captain, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-3) 

Chief W^arrant Officer (W-2) 



Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


.1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


24 


1957 


Oct. 


25 


1957 


Oct. 


25 


1957 


Oct. 


30 


1957 


Nov. 


11 


1957 


Nov. 


13 


1957 


Nov. 


13 


1957 


Nov. 


14 


1957 


Nov. 


14 


1957 


Nov. 


15 


1957 


Nov. 


20 


1957 


Nov. 


20 


1957 


Nov. 


20 


1957 


Nov. 


21 


1957 


Nov. 


21 


1957 


Nov. 


22 


1957 


Nov. 


25 


1957 


Dec. 


4 


1957 


Dec. 


9 


1957 


Dec. 


10 


1957 


Dec. 


10 


1957 


Dec. 


10 


1957 


Dec. 


13 


1957 


Dec. 


16 


1957 


Dec. 


18 


1957 


Dec. 


18 


1957 


Dec. 


19 


1957 


Dec. 


23 


1957 


Dec. 


23 


1957 


Dec. 


27 


1957 


Dec. 


31 


1957 


Dec. 


31 


1957 



238 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



1958 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Alexander O. Shelfer, Jr 

Eugene L. Eastmoore 

Louis C. Forget 

Russell W. Buckhalt, Sr 

Ralph Rex Snodgrass 

Vitus W. Manginelli 

Earnest J. Zeller 

Richard J. Woodring 

Bernard W. Patton 

Carl Carite 

Gale D. Morelock 

James E. Martin, Jr 

Joseph M. Martinez, Jr 

Clinton J. Westberry 

Lester M. McClung, Sr 

Robert G. White 

John B. McDonald 

Dallas L. Boren 

Joseph H. Johnson 

Ted D. Barker 

John C. Mahoney 

Omar H. Ergle, Jr 

Norman J. Gray 

Paul R. Wharton 

Thomas A. Hebert 

William J. Bell 

Lawrence Blanton Watson . . . 

William L. Winstead 

Julian F. Richbourg 

Richard E. Livingston, Jr. . . . 

Robert B. King 

Raymond E. Long 

Thomas B. Prince, Sr 

Murray Austrian 

Philhp A. Swain 

Dan H. Lynch 

Roy D. Green 

Francis H. Barker 

JohnC. Miller 

Albert Foster 

Thomas M. Betts, Jr 

George Anthony Poulos 

William Barnes Langley 

George Mather Brown 

Crayton Caldwell Coleman, Jr 

John Scott Boland, Jr 

Lilliard Fred Belcher 

Frederick Carl Ogier 

James Clyde Roberts 



Major, Armor 

Captain, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 

Major, Armor 

Captain, Artillery 

Lieutenant, Medical Corps 

First Lieutenant, Chaplains 

Major, Infantry 

Colonel, Medical Corps 

Warrant Officer (W-1 ) 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Second Lieutenant Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Brigadier General, Adjutant General's 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Chaplains 

Major, Ordnance Corps 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Adjutant General's Corps. . . . 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps 

Major, Infantry 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-3) 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant Medical Service 

Corps 

Captain, Air Force 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Armor 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan . 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



239 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Hunter Wyatt-Brown, Jr.. . 

Frank M. Parham, Jr 

Charles Frank Riggle, Jr. . . 
William E. Ellis 

Ralph G. Greene 

James Newton Grimes 

James Franklin Bloodworth 

Paul Monroe Thornhill 

Robert Floyd Breedon 

Robert Edward Brunner. . . 
Donald Harry Reed, Jr. . . . 
Charles William Harrison . . 
Thomas Eugene Feagin .... 

Charles William Lansing. . . 
Richard Dennis Adams .... 

Charles D. Nabors 

Dale H. Balke 

Joseph H. Bolick 

James J. Danek, Jr 

Thomas J. P. Kiney 

Jack H. Sheppard 

Julian B. Gailey 

Tommy L. Thompson 

Clement E. Betters 

William D. Mikell 

William H. Kaeiser 

James Roan 

Basil S. White 

Ronald R. Davis 

Joseph B. Mikelonis, III. . . 

Norman R. Dion 

James R. Caraway 

Frank F. Phillips, Jr 

Ray A. Home 

Henry O. Blesse 

Thomas R. Page 

Richard V. Caruso 

Michael Pooser 

Horace Sams, Jr 

Joe R. Price 

John D. Defee 

Roy Bell Johnston 

James H. Atkins 

William L. Ben tie j' 

Lloyd H. Middlebrooks 

KellLong, III 

Nelson O. Prouty 

Anthony V. D'Alessandro . 



Captain, Chaplains 

Major, Infantry 

Colonel, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . 
First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Adjutant General's 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Chaplains 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lif utenant. Artillery 

Major, Medical Corps 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillerj^ 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Major, Artillery 

Captain, Chaplains 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Major, Chaplains 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First lieutenant. Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-l ) 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 



Mar. 


12, 


Mar. 


12, 


Mar. 


13, 


Mar. 


13, 


Mar. 


13, 


Mar. 


13, 


Mar. 


17, 


Mar. 


17, 


Mar. 


24, 


Mar. 


24, 


Mar. 


25, 


Mar. 


25, 


Mar. 


25, 


Mar. 


25, 


Mar. 


28, 


Mar. 


28, 


Mar. 


31, 


Mar. 


31, 


Mar. 


31, 


Mar. 


31, 


April 


3, 


April 


7, 


April 


8, 


April 


9, 


April 


11, 


April 


13, 


April 


13, 


April 


14, 


April 


16, 


April 


20, 


April 


20, 


April 


24, 


May 


1, 


May 


3, 


May 


5, 


May 


5, 


May 


5, 


May 


5, 


May 


8, 


May 


12, 


May 


12, 


May 


13, 


May 


14, 


Mav 


14, 


Mav 


14, 


Mav 


14, 


May 


15, 


May 


16, 



240 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Ralph D. Saffy First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps . 

Edward J. Hammond 

Richard T. Powers 

David K. Endwright 

Robert D. Ferris 

Theodore W. Martin 

Charles V. Emerson 

Vincent Arthur Patterson. 

David M. Dickson, Jr 

John R. Jordan 

Horace G. Livingston 

Lawrence S. Roberts 

John F. Grady 

James C. Pritchett, Jr. . . . 
Stanley D. Kupiszewski. . 

James R. Sweat, Jr 

Landis S. Blitch 

Alvin B. Leggett, Jr 

Charles M. Bumstead . . . . 

Paul L. Pitch 

Richard G. Capps 

Ralph E. Vennum, Jr 

Archie Crawford, Jr 

James C. Blalock, Jr 

Huey D. Griffin 

Charles M. Kauth 

John William Mashburn . 
Charles T. Baisden, Jr. . . 

Harry Bernard Smith 

James E. Ferneau 

James E. Ferneau 

Charles E. Pennington. . . 
Arthur D. Scarborough. . 

Ben Reese 

Thomas P. Willis 

Bernard G. Huntenburg . 

Michael Zevak 

Enoch W. Hunt 

Richard W. Coryell 

Calvin M. Edwards 

Donald E. Woods 

Clyde Merritt 

Frank Panzarino 

William A. Stokes 

Larry C. Chung 

Marvin L. Wicker 

John E. McLean 

Lonnie L. Fullwood 

James D. Chitty 



Andrew C. Dunkle. 

Alvin N. Gay 

Eugene M. Bass. . . 



Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Chaplains 

Captain, Infantrv 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Chaplains 

Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Quartermaster Corps 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

Major, Air Force 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Second lieutenant. Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . . 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

Major, Artillerv 

Chief Warrant "Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 



May 
May 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Jun° 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



241 



Name 



Commission 



Datt 



John G. Murphy 

Kinsey A. Brinson 

Edward M. Marshman, Jr. 
Connie M. McCormick, Jr 

Robert F. Hernandez 

John R. Hill 

James A. Stelogeannis .... 
Vincent C. J. Spengler. . . . 

Robert F. Hernandez 

William T. Carcaba 

Harry P. McCall, Jr 

Kenneth M. Barrett 

Harold N. Starling 

Robert L. Blackmon, Jr.. . 
Kenneth L. Wise 

General M. Hodge, Jr 

Gordon Anthony 

Charles E. Noyes, Jr 

Jack C. Maddox 

Walter J. Benkelmann. . . . 

Hubert B. Martin, Jr 

Glen D. George 

Vance A. Goode, Jr 

PaulM. Thornhill 

John O. Keeling, Jr 

Thomas P. Blake 

Henry C. Coleman, Jr. . . . 

Marvin L. Wicker 

Robert A. Garrett, Jr 

George F. Snell 

Theodore R . Ostrander . . . 

Donald D. Carlsen 

William M. Cook 

Charles B. Thomas 

Joe C. Ebbinghouse 

Joseph A. Shelley 

Marion F. Anderson 

Charles N. Madison 

Robert J. Berrier 

Clinton H. Bankester 

Robert J. Starling 

William H. Smith 

James A. Kirkland 

James H. Godwin 

Francis J. Moran 

William P. Hall 

Charles D. Hickman 



First Lieutenant, Armor 

Warrant Officer (W^-1) 

Captain, Armor 

Staff Specialist (Captain) 

First Lieutenant, Staff Specialist. . . 
First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Captain, Staff Specialist 

First Lieutenant, Finance Corps. . . 
Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Major, Medical Service Corps 

Captain, Quartermaster Corps 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Captain, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Medical Service Corps . . . 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Captain, Air Force 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Medical Corps. 

Major, Infantry 

Seconcl Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Medical Service Corps . . . 
First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 



Aug. 


13 


1958 


Aug. 


20 


1958 


Aug. 


20 


1958 


Aug. 


25 


1958 


Aug. 


25 


1958 


Aug. 


25 


1958 


Aug. 


25 


1958 


Aug. 


26 


1958 


Aug. 


26 


1958 


Aug. 


26 


1958 


Aug. 


26 


1958 


Sept. 


4 


1958 


Sept. 





1958 


Sept. 


8 


19.'58 


Sept. 


8 


1958 


Sept. 


11 


1958 


Sept. 


13 


1958 


Sept. 


14 


1958 


Sept. 


15 


1958 


Sept. 


15 


1958 


Sept. 


15 


1958 


Sept. 


16 


1958 


Sept. 


16 


1958 


Sept. 


17 


1958 


Srpt. 


22 


1958 


Sept. 


22 


1958 


Sept. 


o- 


1958 


Sept. 


28 


1958 


Sept. 


29 


1958 


Oct. 


3 


1 958 


Oct. 


6 


1958 


Oct. 


6 


1958 


Oct. 


13 


1958 


Oct. 


15 


1958 


Oct. 


18 


1958 


Oct. 


24 


1958 


Nov. 


9 


1958 


Nov. 


14 


1958 


Nov. 


15 


1958 


Nov. 


16 


1958 


Nov. 


16 


1958 


Nov. 


17 


1958 


Nov. 


17 


1958 


Nov. 


18 


1958 


Nov. 


19 


1958 


Nov. 


24 


1958 


Nov. 


25 


1958 



242 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1957-1958 



Name 


Commission 


Date 


Franklin M. Persons 


First Lieutenant, Infantry 


Dec. 10, 1958 


Michael Zeyak 


First Lieutenant, Infantry 


Dec. 10, 1958 


Donald L. Fritz 


Second Lieutenant, Artillery 


Dec. 10, 1958 


Fred D. Reid 


Second Lieutenant, Artillery 


Dec. 10, 1958 


Elinor F. Reed 


Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 


Dec. 13, 1958 


John G. Beadle, III 


Dec. 13, 1958 


Edward E. Randall 


Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 
Corps 






Dec. 15, 1958 


Marcus M. Woodham, Jr 


Captain, Artillery 


Dec. 29, 1958 


James E. Hartley 


First Lieutenant, Air Force 


Dec. 31, 1958 









OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 243 

HONORARY COMMISSIONS 



Gunnar A. Stone Brevet Colonel 

Bent G. Rohn Brevet Major 

David D. Welsh Brevet Major 

Willis Wilder Gibson Brevet Major 

Joseph Thomas Caridi Brevet Major 

Wilfred Gauvin Brevet Major 

William Moe Brevet Major 

Paul O. Thofner Brevet Major 

Lin Ross Woods Brevet Major 

Thomas Thomas, Jr Brevet Captain 

Frank John Hogan Brevet Captain 

Robert Johnson Wilkinson, Jr Brevet Captain 

Edwin George Ihli, Jr Brevet Captain 

Jones Leonard Storie Brevet Captain 

Albert Sidney Packard Brevet Captain 

Ralph Norman Paolone Brevet Captain 

Donald Arthur Nichols Brevet Captain 

Jack Joseph Bell Brevet Captain 

A. M. Smith Brevet Major 

John Earl Etter Brevet Captain 

Clifton B. Devoe Brevet Lieutenantr-Colonel 

Charles H. GuUedge Brevet Major 



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CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT OPERATORS OF MOTOR 

VEHICLES IN WHICH SUMMONS IS SENT TO THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SERVICE UNDER 

THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 47.30 AND 

47.16 OF THE 1957 FLORIDA STATUTES. 

FOR THE YEAR 1957 



Style of Case 

Morrison vs. Hanners and Complete Auto 

Transit, Inc 

Neil vs. Burns and Pennoch 

Rench vs. Williams 

Core vs. Knight 

Nadelman d/b/a Dabell Construction Co. vs. 

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London vs. Major and McNaughton 

Malara vs. McDowell Transport, Inc., and 

Wade and Jewell 

Jones vs. Fritz 

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Lynn vs. George W. Kirk, Inc., and Gray 

Lassiter vs. Miller Motor Line of North Carolina 

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Blackmon vs. Hughes 

Holloway vs. Westbrook 

McRae vs. Phillips 

Sharon vs. Harb 

Riley vs. Madden & Kenton Metal Co., Inc 

Grosso vs. Mastronardi 

Kearns vs. Libbey 

Tanner vs. Green, Smith and International 

Service Insurance Co 

Emmons vs. Allied Van Lines, Inc 

Brenchak vs. Commonwealth Trust Co. of 

Pittsburgh and Margaret Barrett New 

Sweat vs. Echols and Atlanta Transport 

Rentals, Inc 

Messinger vs. Wheaton Van Lines, Inc., etc 

Sumner vs. Dall 

Silver vs. Clark 

Penny vs. Johnson 

Capps d/b/a Capps Trailer Sales vs. Fullenwider. . 
State Road Department of Florida vs. Coastal 

Towing Company 

State Road Department of Florida vs. Marine 

Contracting and Towmg Company and Merritt 

Dredging Company 

State Road Department of Florida vs. Marine 

Contracting & Towing Company and Merritt 

Dredging Company 



County from 
Which Received 


Date 
Received 


Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


3, 1957 

4, 1957 
4, 1957 
4, 1957 

7, 1957 
9, 1957 


Dade 


9, 1957 


Dade 

Dade . ... 


9, 1957 
10, 1957 


Hillsborough 

Dade 


10, 1957 
9, 1957 


Dade 


10, 1957 


Duval 


10, 1957 


Bay.._ 

Washington . . 


10, 1957 
10, 1957 


Dade 


10, 1957 


Dade 


11, 1957 


Dade 


11, 1957 


Dade 


11, 1957 


Leon 

Sarasota 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Marion 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Escambia 


14, 1957 
14, 1957 

14, 1957 

15, 1957 
15, 1957 
15, 1957 
15, 1957 
15, 1957 
15, 1957 


St Lucie 


15, 1957 


St. Johns 


15, 1957 


St. Johns 


15, 1957 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 253 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

State Road Department of Florida vs. Martin, Jr. 
State Road Department of Florida vs. Martin, Jr. 
Pounds vs. Fruehauf Trailer Co. and Whitley .... 

Bevis vs. Howland 

Kennedy vs. Atlantic Coast Line R.R. Co., etc... . 

Sheeler vs. Mcses 

Young vs. Rittleman 

Longo vs. Pierce 

Moore vs. Bregnac 

Fernandez vs. Wood 

Dumas vs. Hearon 

Cogan vs. Kelly 

Weinstein vs. DeJack 

Tyson vs. Tartaglia and Lekakos 

O'Neal vs. Lahnala 

Ezekiel vs. Scott 

Jamison vs. Scott 

Messier vs. Deebold 

Cobb vs. Bowen and Anderson 

Biosca vs. Ferrer 

Hunnicutt vs. Wilkinson 

Pitts vs. Sagman 

Setzer vs. Singletary 

Wishart vs. Vaughn, etc 

Durden vs. Haley 

Schameitz vs. Gunter and McDuffe 

Grant vs. Feltz 

Smith vs. Verge 

Smith vs. Albert 

Clapp vs. Winikoff and Marin 

Alderson vs. George Town High School, etc 

Wells vs. Tocci 

Oswald vs. Clemmons 

Brauer vs. Clemmons 

Lawton vs. Barwikowski 

Martin vs. Wytt and Harrington 

Taylor vs. Jones 

Futch vs. Howard 

Hamilton vs. Schwass 

Fink vs. Wax 

Simon vs. Tobin 

Bullock vs. Turlington 

Stark vs. Garrard d/b/a Garrard's Transfer Co. 

and Wilkerson 

Martinelli vs. Raper, Allied Van Lines, and 

Racine Storage and Transfer Co 

Cerullo vs. Raper, Allied Van Lines and Racine 

Storage and Transfer Co 

Steve vs. Archibald 

Hayslip vs. Rolling . 

Fenton vs. Higgins and Kersey 

Horn vs. Fitzpatrick 

Marshall vs. Conran . . . 

Kaufman vs. Gantz 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Indian River. 

Dade 

Volusiia 

Broward 

Broward 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

St. Johns . . . . 

Taylor 

Hillsborough. 
Hillsborough. 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Columbia. . . . 
Palm Beach. , 
Escambia. . . . 

Dade 

Leon 

Polk 

Polk 

Pinellas 

Liberty 

Bradford . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Marion 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 



Dade .... 
Broward . 



Broward 

Levy. . 

Escambia 

Manatee 

Escambia 

Palm Beach 

Dade I Feb. 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



15 
15 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
21 
21 
22 
22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28, 
28 
29 
29 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
30 

31 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
19.57 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 

1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



254 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Harris vs. Jost 

Boyle vs. Fletcher 

Minton vs. Fletcher 

Mazzoil vs. Fletcher 

Felton vs. Wilson & Co., Inc. and Schneider 

Johnson vs. Griffin & Johnson 

Lee vs. Mikesell 

Sequoia Redwood Products Co. vs. Zeidwig, etc . . 

Sutera vs. DeSilvey 

Ferman vs. Caporiccio 

Chandler vs. Jake Mewborn Display Advertising 

Co 

Nash of Jacksonville, Inc. vs. Conway 

Wade vs. Maxwell 

Spicer vs. Maciorowski 

Hall vs. Lewis 

Riley vs. Madden & Kenton Metal Co., Inc., etc. 
Potter vs. Madden & Kenton Metal Co., Inc., etc 
Walsh vs. Atlantic Greyhound Corporation and 

Pierce 

Liebowitz vs. Atlantic Greyhound Corporation 

and Pierce 

Peck vs. Mattera 

Ash vs. Madziavczyk 

Dobbs vs. Chitty 

Swers vs. G ood 

Ross d/b/a Mary Norton vs. Paul's Carpet Co. 

Inc., and C. H. Masland & Sons 

Nigh vs. Betts 

Gordon Foods, Inc. vs. Holland 

LaRocca vs. Fox 

Mann vs. Goodwin, etc 

Hardy vs. Bedwell Seed Co 

G.F.A. Transporation Co., Inc. vs. Brooks & Ray 

Bermudez vs. Lilly 

Carter vs. Sun-0-Lawn Corp. and Hector Supply 

Co 

Watson vs. Rinehart and Hanson 

Hall vs. Rinehart and Hanson 

Schwebke vs. Zimet 

McKay vs. Hamrick 

Webb vs. King 

Kirkland vs. Bianculli 

Phillips vs. Jennings, Edge and Knox Lumber Co 
Wilkerson vs. Walterson, Baker, Lazarra and 

P. C. Martino Feed Co 

Seymour vs. William & Banknicht Produce 

Transportation Co 

Grossman vs. Morris 

Bryan vs. Kleiber 

Breda vs. Ohio Farmers Insurance Co 

Zweigenhoft vs. Goodwin, Art Watson Motors Co 

and Makulski 

Richey vs. Di Prima 



Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Alachua .... 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Volusia 

Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Dade 

Bay 

Hillsborough 
Escambia. . . 
Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 

Duval 

Bay 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 255 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Gerson vs. Bowdeu 

Green vs. Streat 

Jackson vs. Curn^ and Dougherty 

Schulman vs. Hughes 

Washington vs. McGeehe 

Maree vs. Stuckey, Hewlett & Jones 

Hampton vs. Southern Lumber Sales, Inc 

Holley vs. Sidney Von Der Malen 

Ebbighausen-vs. Bogg 

O'Brien vs. Gyuru and Broge 

Fiveash vs. Young, BroviTi & Beverly, Inc 

Crawford vs. Danneberg 

Allen vs. Payson 

Culpepper & Guterma vs. DelValle 

Weiner vs. Harvey 

Snyder vs. Maddaloni 

Glover vs. Donlon 

Morrison vs. Shindel 

Atlantic Electric, Inc., vs. May, Rech, etc 

Fritz vs. Anderson & Conner, etc 

Chadbourne vs. Byrnes & Wilkerson, etc 

Ellison vs. Gray 

Davis vs. Herbert 

Groff vs. Thurston Motor Lines, Inc., etc 

Carter vs. Harvey & Casadonte 

Eason vs. Cie Nationale Beige Des Transportes 

Mar. S.A. and Armement Deppe S.A 

Bolte vs. Kelley 

Durrance vs. Paul Arpin Van Lines, Inc 

Loeser vs. Hewlett 

Tronto vs. Welter 

King vs. Blair, etc., et al 

Hillyer vs. Scotten 

Macey vs. Pine Island Parks, Inc., and O'Neill. . 
McCollough vs. National Trucking Co. and Ward 
Mixon vs. Hardman and Olin's Airport U-Drive-It 

Duvkman vs. Albright 

Royal Crown Bottling Corp. vs. Hamilton and 

Frick 

Williamson vs. Eddins 

Beasley vs. Delp 

Groff vs. Thurston Motor Lines and Cunningham 

Thomas vs. Parsons 

Johnson vs. Frith d/b/a Veterans Cab Company. . 

Yaughn vs. Keller 

Squire vs. Stuckey 

Chapman vs. Hughes 

Howard vs. Johnson 

Burck vs. Nute 

Story vs. deWitt, Inc. (L.G.), etc 

Habraz vs. Cameron and Kiener a/k/a Brannoch . 

Fiveash vs. Young, Brown & Beverly, Inc 

Simon vs. E. Charles Sharp 

Coker vs. McArthur 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Dade 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Jackson .... 

Duval 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Duval 

Okaloosa. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Sumter 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 
Suwannee . . . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Brevard .... 

Dade 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 
Hillsborough 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard .... 

Bay 

Glades 

Duval 

Sarasota .... 

Leon 

Dade 

Martin 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Escambia. . . , 



Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 

March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 



25, 1957 
25, 1957 
25, 1957 
25, 1957 
27, 1957 
27, 1957 
27, 1957 

27, 1957 

28, 1957 
28, 1957 
28, 1957 
28, 1957 

1, 1957 
1, 1957 
4, 1957 

4, 1957 

5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 

5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 
5, 1957 

5, 1957 

6, 1957 

6, 1957 

7, 1957 
7, 1957 
7, 1957 

7, 1957 

8, 1957 

8, 1957 

9, 1957 
11, 1957 
11, 1957 

11, 1957 

12, 19.57 

12, 1957 

13, 1957 

14, 1957 

14, 1957 
14, 1957 
14, 1957 
14, 1957 

15, 1957 
15, 1957 



256 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Schmitt vs, Lamneck 

Gibson vs. Lindsay 

Kalmanson vs. Rose 

Motor Convoy, Inc. vs. Keller 

Alderson vs. Georgetown High School, etc 

Krutchik vs. Woods 

Guterwill vs. Rothman 

O'Mara vs. Coca 

Valerio vs. Coca 

Philyaw vs. Wilkinson 

Bradley vs. Owens 

Ryder vs. Vega 

Washington vs. McGeehee d/b/a Mississippi 
Moving and Storage Co 

Faircloth vs. Story 

Padgett vs. Linton 

Messier vs. Deebold 

Van Wie vs. Diaz 

Doliner vs. Lacey and Bernart 

Jackson vs. Massey 

Posnick vs. Bitler 

Carroll vs. Bitler 

Wood vs. Schaumburg 

Atlantic Land & Improvement Co. vs. American- 
Hawaiian Steamship Company and States Ma- 
rine Corporation 

Thomas vs. Pafford 

Thomas vs. Complete Auto Transit, Inc 

Beyer vs. Wittekind 

Melton vs. Syracuse 

McKirahan vs. Setal, Hartfield and Jossell, Inc. . . 

Shepard vs. Lewis and McCleran 

Renf ore vs. Jarrett 

Harris vs. Swanson and Airlines Rent-A-Car, Inc. 

Holtzman vs. Murray and Robertson 

Clark vs. Grimm, Regen, Driveaway Service, etc. . 

Stephens vs. Roberts 

Jones vs. Jennings 

Horn vs. Nelson 

National Surety Corp. vs. Murray Tank & 

Pipelines Service, Inc., etc 

Continental Casualty Co. vs. Murray Tank & 
Pipelines Service, Inc., etc ■ 

Bosco vs. Malfeo 

Coughlin vs. Malfeo 

McCrory vs. Superior Distributing Corporation. . . 

Finn vs. Hanske 

Miller vs. Morse Rentals, Inc., and Garri 

King vs. Blair, Swallow and Kauffman 

Christ vs. Lovett's Nursery, Inc., and Frasco 

Perkins vs. Gillam 

Lanier vs. Taylor and Alberta Schook Chevrolet 
Co 



Dade 

Indian River 

Dade 

Glades 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Columbia 

Leon 

Dade 

Holmes 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Volusia 

Brevard 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Broward 

Hillsborough (Libel) 

Duval 

Duval 

Volusia 

Duval 

Broward 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Escambia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Alachua 

Marion 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 

March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
April 

April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 257 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Duncan vs. Taylor and Albert Schook Chevrolet 

Co 

Procyk vs. O'Clair and Jenks 

Booker vs. Taylor 

Brown vs. United States Tobacco Co. and Bradley 

Gorman vs. Nelson 

Whitfield vs. Ingalls 

Green vs. Fitzmaurice, Sukenik and Merritt 

Freedman vs. Sanf ord 

Anderson vs. Haas, Olin's Airport U-Drive-It, Inc. 

etc 

Moser vs. Haas Olin's Airport U-Drive-It, Inc., 

etc 

Flynn vs. Totman 

Young vs. King & Jewett and Sherman Co 

Nemeth and Abell vs. O'Bryan 

Stapleton vs. Seigle and Ragan 

Baldwin vs. Spires 

Hillis vs. Goldberg 

Swim vs. Dickerman 

Moore vs. Neault 

Anderson vs. Ruby 

Emmco Insurance Company vs. Honica 

Plunske vs. Cole 

Gordon vs. Lehman 

Sphaler vs. Isbell 

Hester vs. Dixon 

Scott vs. Gregg 

Timmons vs. Ellin wood and Slater 

Timmons vs. Ellinwood and Slater 

Wilkerson vs. Walterson, Baker, Lazarro, etc 

Nicholson vs. Sullivan 

Miller vs. DeLoach 

Seymour vs. C. P. Strong, Inc 

Cohen vs. Reader's Digest Assn. and Velie 

Zamore vs. Gatchell 

Sackas vs. Cooley, etc 

O'Brien vs. Mullins 

Holley vs. Dawson 

Plunkett vs. Moses and The Hertz Corporation. . . 

Hardee vs. French and Goodman 

Trippett vs. Lecker 

Day vs. Stickle, etc 

Dumont vs. Eager and Cohen 

Denberg vs. Luca 

Nyles vs. Couture Rent A Car System, Inc., and 

Hall 

Bradley vs. Owens 

Skinner vs. Hair 

Ardeis vs. Nelson a/k/a Day 

Williams vs. Hanneman 

Fuhrer vs. Herman and Isaacson 

Levine vs. Morgan Packing Co., Inc 

Bear vs. Berkowitz and Berkowitz 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Marion 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Polk 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Brevard .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Palm Beach. 

Orange 

Broward .... 
Broward .... 
Hillsborough 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Broward .... 

Bay 

Putnam .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Orange 

Dade 

Leon 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


4, 


April 


5, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


9, 


April 


10, 


April 


10, 


April 


10, 


April 


11, 


April 


11, 


April 


11, 


April 


11, 


April 


11, 


April 


12, 


April 


12, 


April 


13, 


April 


15, 


April 


15, 


April 


16, 


April 


16, 


April 


16, 


April 


16, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


17, 


April 


18, 


April 


18, 


April 


18, 


April 


19, 


April 


19, 


April 


19, 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1937 

1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



258 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Wallace vs. Flambeau Plastics Corporation 

Price vs. Burroughs and Harrison 

Dobbs vs. Chitty and Taylor 

Renfroe vs. Whittaker, DeWitt and Hygrade 

Bakers 

Hood vs. Larson 

Nazzaro vs. Keeler 

Rothleder vs. Thouron 

Rigey vs. Foster 

Wright vs. Stickle 

Erickson vs. Stickle 

Wright vs. Stickle 

Shepard vs. Lewis and McClerean 

Reynolds vs. Slocum 

Tambasco vs. Williams 

Levin vs. Mayo 

Rubin vs. Tomlinson 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. vs. Moran 

Towing & Transportation Company, Inc 

Stephens vs. Roberts 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. vs. Tampa Ship 

Repair & Dry Dock Co., Inc 

Strauchen vs. Quint 

Wedgeworth's, Lie. vs. Mueller, etc 

Inches vs. Stone Container Corp. of Alabama, etc. 

Ogden d/b/a Lake City Pharmacy vs. Stauber 

Adams vs. Stauber, etc 

Bullard, etc. vs. Kirkland 

Seth vs. Myers, etc 

Cordova, etc. vs. Stemin 

Huesca vs. Hetzel 

Locke vs. Harris 

Brandt vs. Jay Kline Chevrolet, Inc 

Potucek vs. Boyd 

Epstein vs. National Rayon Dyeing Co 

Potucek vs. Boyd 

Hodges vs. Gorman 

Bramble, et al. vs. O'Connor 

Braunstein vs. Silhouette, Inc 

Stout vs. Barnes, et al 

Doliner vs. Lacey 

Tidwell vs. Oliver, et al 

Scott vs. Goard, et al 

Kirkland vs. Biamculli 

Pedliseck vs. Shindel 

Mcintosh vs. Baggett 

Hodes vs. Ferguson 

Nemeth vs. O'Bryan 

VanArsdel vs. Concrete Products, Inc., and Hutto 
Sun Insurance Co. of New York vs. Sieminski. . . . 

Logan vs. Kerns and Kerns Industrial Corp 

Toland vs. Screws 

Keeney vs. Senn Bros., Inc., etc 

Alexander vs. Delewski 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Escambia. 
Duval . . . . 
Duval . . . . 



Palm Beach. 
Sarasota. . . . 
Manatee. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 



Hillsborough . 
Orange 



Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Palm Beach. . 

Dade 

Columbia. . . . 
Columbia. . . . 
Columbia. . . . 
Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Hillsborough. 

Taylor 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Hernando. . . . 
Palm Beach . . 
Hillsborough . 

Volusia 

Duval 

Orange 

Bay 

Dade 

Indian River. 

Volusia 

Dade 

Marion 

Volusia 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 



Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
AjH'i 
Apri 

Apri 
Apri 

April 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 259 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Plowfield vs. Nilson, etc 

Braun vs. Marsh and Schlafly 

Davis and Walker vs. Bella 

McLeod vs. Watson and Lander Motors, Inc. . . 
Walker vs. Watson and Lander Motors, Inc. . . . 
Bieck vs. Radmin, Singer, Kramer, Holiday 

Packing Co., etc 

Read vs. Fish 

Grady vs. Nawoskie 

Lapides vs. Wartow 

Ferguson vs. McMasters 

Stejjhen vs. Jameski 

Stemas vs. Richardson 

Berger vs. Smiriga 

Spen vs. Joyce 

Furhman, etc. vs. Rowe 

Brenner & Danches vs. Robar, Inc., etc 

Williford vs. Howard 

Hutchison vs. Stewart 

Williams vs. Klayman ' 

Macri vs. Corwen Gogel, etc 

Huff vs. Pullen 

Lenkerd vs. L'nited Services Automobile Assn. . . 

Foote vs. Jackson 

Martin vs. Payne Produce Company, Inc., etc.. 
Ferrara, Jacobsen, etc. vs. Checker Rent-A-Car, 

Inc., etc 

Spaulding vs. Gentry, etc 

Showker vs. Canadian Ace Brewing Company. . 

Bielecki vs. Berg & Pascal Systems, Inc 

Hillyer vs. Scotten, etc 

Whitmire vs. Russell 

Dale vs. Smith d/b/a Trail Service Center 

Wietcha vs. McNamara 

Attardi vs. Farms and Williams 

Gibson vs. Flying Cloud Express, Inc. and 

McDuffie 

Combs vs. Poland 

Frank vs. Coppola, Epifano and Vero Investors. 

Rutherford vs. Total 

La Bruto vs. Total 

Kovacs vs. Springer 

Rinch vs. Tompkins and Bower 

Davis vs. Carroll and Sunnyland Packing Co. . . 

Sidweber vs. Fleet 

Simon vs. North American Van Lines, Inc 

Block vs. Johnson 

Hackney vs. Apisson 

Service Photo Suppliers, Inc. vs. Blainey 

Lener vs. Dye 

Haimes vs. Piacente 

Brown vs. McCallum, Swint, Nail and Chancey 

Ayars vs. Taylor 

Lynch vs. Redding and Hatcher 



Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . . 

Pinellas 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Sarasota .... 
Broward. . . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 
Hillsborough 
Alachua. . . . 
Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval.. .. .. 

Indian River 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade. 

Volusia 

Duval 

Duval 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



17 
17 
21 
21 
21 

21 
22 
22 

22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
25 
27 
28 
28 
28 

28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
29 
29 
29 
29 

29 

30 

30 

30 

30 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
19.57 
19.57 
1957 
19,57 
19.57 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



260 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



McKinnon vs. Holland and Weeks 

Broadway and Gaines vs. Jones 

Padgett, etc. vs. Titus, etc 

Fletcher vs. Vicari, Davis and Williams 

Lassman vs. Thomsen 

Perlowitz vs. Thomsen 

Olsen vs. Olsehak 

Belcher vs. Cunha 

Pepper vs. Webb 

Burgstiner vs. Smith, etc 

Shepard vs. Lewis and MeClearn 

Melsear, etc. vs. Salo 

Kenton Meadows Co., Inc. vs. L. B. Smith 

Aircraft Corp., etc 

Johnson vs. Houston, Fisk and Lancaster 

Steighner vs. Matyisin and Langley 

Nelson vs. Reid 

Jones, etc. vs. Donaldson, Bridges, etc 

Raese vs. Hugg 

Wade vs. Maxwell, etc 

Mawson vs. Lauhoff, etc 

Reda vs. Haverstick 

Industrial Insulators, Inc. vs. The r" irpt 

Company, Inc 

Riley Pump & Supply, Inc. vs. Livingston, etc. 
Ba'ley vs. Mayo vs Sunnyland Meat Packing 

Company 

Wilson vs. Dell Publishing Company, Inc 

Wilson vs. Detective House, Inc 

Melvin vs. Hudson 

Baldwin vs. Spires 

Kroger vs. Cummings 

Dempsey vs. McAllister 

Dudley vs. Kellam and Myrick 

Brogan vs. McKirgan and Freed 

Coote vs. Huggins and Anderson 

Malara vs. McDowell Transport, Inc., Wade 

and Jewell 

Hill vs. Jones 

Winick vs. Universal U-Drive-It Co. and Riley 

Whetstone vs. Paul 

Hunter, etc. vs. Fraley 

Hunter, etc. vs. Fraley 

Conroy vs. Ischinkel and Micaletti 

Cull, etc. vs. Ischinkel and Micaletti 

Deehl vs. Baxter 

Dean vs. Good and Cooper 

Glasscock vs. Earovitch and Kisin 

Markel vs. Ware 

Joyce vs. McMath 

Oliver vs. Farmer 

Bush vs. Pritchard 

Meadows vs. L. G. Dewitt, Inc 



Leon 

Bradford . . . . 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Marion 

Escambia. . . 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 



Orange . . 
Dade.... 
Dade. . . . 
Duval . . . 
Gadsden. 
Duval . . 
Volusia. . 
Broward . 
Dade.... 



Dade... 
Hardee . 



Alachua. 
Leon. . . . 
Leon. . . , 
Duval . . . 
Duval . . 
Dade. . . . 
Sumter. . 
Duval . . . 
Volusia. . 
Volusia. . 



Dade. . . . 
Broward . 
Dade .... 
Duval . . . 
Leon. . . . 
Leon. . . . 
Dade.... 
Dade.... 
Dade. . . . 
Hardee. . 
Dade. . . . 

Bay 

Duval . . . 
Okaloosa. 
Monroe. . 
Duval . . . 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 261 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Maree and Andrews vs. Stuckey, Hewlett, Jones, 

etc 

Lester vs. Toney and Dumont 

Raulerson vs. Carroll 

Olson vs. Johnston and Shaw 

Hollen vs. Union Bag & Paper Co. and Scott 

Stephens vs. Wallace 

Blackwell vs. Rubenstein 

Miller vs. Royal Baking Co., Inc., etc 

Braddock vs. Texas Phenothiazine Co 

Bruce vs. Cvetan 

Bush vs. Lindblom 

Spell vs. Lindblom 

Walker vs. Mclvirgan and Freed 

Doliner vs. Lacey and Bernart 

Hunnicut vs. Wilkinson 

Dobson vs. Edwards 

Hardee vs. Edwards 

McKay vs. Edwards 

Barry vs. Cardin 

Hutchinson vs. Stewart 

Colbert vs. Timmons and Roaman 

Harvell vs. Strunk (also known as Stump) and 

Horton 

Wonder vs. Appleby 

Northampton, Inc. vs. Doughty 

Lucas vs. Flying Cloud Express, Inc., and 

McDuffie 

Gibson vs. Flying Cloud Express, Inc. and 

McDuffie 

Vickers vs. Flying Cloud Express, Inc., and 

McDuffie 

Squire vs. Stuckey, et al 

Axe vs. Thomas, etc 

Superior Properties, Inc. vs. Leroy Collins, as 

Governor, etc 

Cohan vs. Pan American Van Lines, etc 

Paletz vs. Talamas 

Brogan vs. McKirgen and Freed 

Walker vs. McKirgen and Freed 

Brogan vs. Mclvirgen and Freed 

Bobbitt vs. Wright and Howard 

Minger vs. Glover 

Block vs. Cotton and Newman 

Schiavone vs. Cotton and Newman 

Blake vs. Snellgrove 

Martin, et al. vs. Presnell and Baum 

Johnson vs. Regenstein and Avery Corporation . . . 

Suarez vs. Watson 

Lanier vs. Taylor and Albert Schook Chevrolet Co, 

Buck vs. Maybruck and Stein 

Thompson, et al. vs. Thompson and Thompson . . . 

Russo vs. Anfara 

Brant vs. Friedenthal 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Duval 

Alachua. . . . 

Volusia 

Dade 

Duval 

Volusia 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Leon 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough 
Hillsborough 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Orange 

Volusia 

Broward .... 

Lake 

Lake 

Lake 

Duval 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Pinellas 

Okaloosa. . . 
Indian River 
Indian River 

Volusia 

Alachua .... 
Palm Beach. 
Hillsborough 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Lee 

Dade 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 

June 

June 

June 
June 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 

1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



262 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Faustini vs. Wales and Morse Auto Rentals, Inc. . 

Merl vs. Roussos 

Wheeler vs. City of Miami Beach, etc 

Spaulding vs. Gentry and The Warren Co., Inc. . . 

Press vs. Losh, Jr 

Katz vs. Losh, Jr 

Packer vs. Losh, Jr 

Makransky vs. Losh, Jr 

Boyda vs. Young 

Naft vs. Paine and Paine 

Perkins vs. Gillam 

Lott vs. Brooks 

Kagna vs. Kaplan d/b/a Victoria Hotel Apts 

Hilb vs. Briglia 

Williams vs. Hulsey and Pittman 

Wilson vs. Roberts 

Hall vs. Wright 

Rosenberg vs. Duval Investment Company 

Pastin vs. Nugent 

Walfish vs. Nugent 

Newman vs. Nugent 

dePaz vs. Gam and Vincenti 

Kramer vs. Drucker 

Drury vs. Drucker 

Demopoulos vs. McMillin 

Carter vs. Sensenig 

Wheeley vs. Laughlin 

Johnson vs. McGeehee, etc 

Shapiro vs. Monte 

Palet vs. Talamas 

McKellen vs. Kort 

Seminole Paper and Printing Co., etc. vs. 

Piacente 

Rook vs. Reeves 

Williams vs. Harris 

Showker vs. Canadian Ace Brewing Co 

Weinhold vs. Antle 

Neil vs. Clemmons, Pennock and Kroblin, Inc., etc. 

Steli vs. Bunting and Giuliano 

Layton vs. Blau, Checker Cab, Inc 

Washington vs. McGeehee d/b/a Mississippi 

Moving and Storage Co 

Bielecki vs. Berg and Pascal Florida Rent-a-Car 

Co., Inc 

Stanfield vs. Baldwin 

Ross vs. Bowman Transportation, Inc., and 

Sanders 

DeStout vs. North American Van Lines 

Gonzalez vs. Walker 

Grubb vs. Uptagraft 

Sun Styles of Miami, Inc. vs. American Universal 

Insurance Company 

Valcourt vs. Sartor and Bradway 

Johnson vs. Mikos 



Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Alachua. . . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade. 

Volusia 

Duval 

Brevard .... 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Highlands. . 

Pinellas 

Holmes 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Dade 

Jackson. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward .... 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Dade 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 

July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 263 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Marcille vs. The Selig Company 

Checker Cab, Inc. vs. Insurance Research 

Service, Inc 

Waller vs. Chicago Slip Cover & Furniture 

Co., Inc 

De Angelis vs. Gotham Auto Lease, Inc., and 

Lynch 

Boyd vs. Bishop 

Adams vs. Damon 

Dyer vs. Kassirer 

Davidson vs. Wilds 

Gottlieb vs. Gordon 

Wynne vs. Hovis 

Laris vs. Dell Publishing Co. and English 

Lauber vs. Smith & Daugherty Lumber Co 

Mawson vs. Lauhoil and Lauhoff Grain Company 

Reynolds vs. Roy 

Jones vs. Beaulieu 

Romito vs. Lopez & Garrette 

Cappiali vs. Lopez & Garrette 

Anderson vs. Freeman 

Hill vs. Jones 

Rice vs. First National Bank of Leesburg, 

Fla., and Cunningham 

Williams vs. Harris 

Housend vs. Canedy 

Lauber vs. Smith and Daugherty Lumber Co. . . . 
Bunting vs. Chrysler Corporation and Shelburne. . 
Hood vs. City of Geneva, Ala., and Coverhouse. . 

Patterson vs. King 

Brown vs. Henley 

Struzzieri vs. Household Gas Company, etc 

Yarbrough vs. McConnell 

Dean vs. Miller 

Parnes vs. Schifman, etc 

Griffin vs. Rhodes 

Romanow vs. Scliaefer 

Edwards vs. Brown 

Patrick vs. Dudley 

Allen vs. Graves 

Echols vs. Brown, Shull and Hook 

Blanehard vs. Blackwell 

Pierce vs. Thompson 

Futch vs. McCahan 

Ackerman vs. McKenna and Sorber 

Alvarez vs. Kenyon 

Proudfoot vs. Najorka 

Milecki vs. Najorka 

Buck vs. Maybruck and Stein 

Parham vs. Somogyi 

Poole vs. Lynch 

Assenza vs. Curl 

Ovis vs. Cohen 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Putnam .... 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Brevard .... 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Broward .... 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 
Alachua .... 
Jackson .... 
Escambia. . . 

Orange 

Dade 

Indian River 

Manatee 

Dade 

Manatee 

Manatee 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 

Duval 

Leon 

Broward .... 
Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Dade 



July 
July 
July 

July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



23 
24 

24 

24 
24 
25 
25 
29 
SO 
SO 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

2 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7, 



264 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Alan vs. Checker Cab Company, Raphael and 

Bookstein 

Potts vs. McClain and Harris 

Steli vs. Bunting and Giuliano 

Haugh vs. Curlee 

Browder vs. Burnham 

Miley vs. Golden 

Grantham vs. Slocum 

Daly vs. Valle 

Weaver vs. Green and Jenkintown Bank & 

Trust Co. of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, etc. . . . 

Frank vs. Potter 

Zanchetta vs. Wales and Morse Auto Rentals, Inc. 

Payne vs. Wilson 

Eilbeck vs. Johnson and Stephenson, etc 

O'Berry vs. Johnson and Stephenson, etc 

Chastain vs. Austin 

Schmidt vs. Short 

Godfery vs. Carnes, Pon Jordan and Jordan 

Motor Co 

Martin vs. Tabor 

Kalynchuck vs. Casaletta 

Weisberg vs. The Miami Beach Railway 

Company, etc 

Pollack vs. Fritz 

Greenhut Construction Company, Inc., vs. 

Thompson and R. F. Ball Construction Co., Inc. 

Benton vs. Laster 

Green Acres No. 3 Corp. vs. Remington and 

F. & M. Shoe Corporation 

Worthington vs. Hunt 

Holman vs. Lutton 

George vs. Laprade 

Dornbusch vs. Rallo 

Freeman vs. Springer Motor Co. Rentals and 

Wieder 

O'Sullivan vs. Rafalove 

Botticelli vs. Shea 

Hackney vs. Apisson 

Walfish vs. Nugent 

Newman vs. Nugent 

Van Smith vs. Stewart 

Spikes vs. Banks 

Fishman vs. Jobes 

Ratley vs. Olin's, Inc., and Davis 

Rutledge vs. Williamson 

Hill vs. Cochran, Lameier and Huttinger 

Wagner vs. Tynan, et al 

Collins vs. Sullivan 

Moreno vs. Miami Beach Railway Co., etc 

Williams vs. Miami Beach Railway Co., etc 

Rosenblatt vs. Dinnerstein 

Resnick vs. Dinnerstein 

Krutchik vs. Woods 



County from. 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Leon 

Palm Beach. , 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 

Brevard 

Palm Beach. . 
Dade 



Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Broward 

Escambia . . . . 

Marion 

Marion 

Dade 

Palm Beach. . 



Dade. . . . 
Sarasota. 
Dade 



Dade. 
Dade. 



Okaloosa. . . 
Palm Beach. 

Broward .... 
Broward .... 
Broward .... 
Palm Beach. 
Dade 



Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Alachua . . . . 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Escambia. . . 
Palm Beach. 
Broward . . . . 
Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 265 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Dale 

Received 



Golub vs. Walsh 

Perry vs. Ralph Collins d/b/a Crawford Door 

Sales of Broward and Crawford Door Company 

Pastin vs. Nugent 

Beech vs. Elsas 

Crawford vs. Gold 

Dewberry vs. Gold 

McLean vs. Suwak and Morse Auto Rentals, Inc . 

Barsily vs. Smith 

Reynolds vs. Roy 

O'Neil vs. Mid-Town Auto Rental, Inc., and 

Rutenberg 

Boyd vs. Mid-Town Auto Rental, Inc., and 

Rutenberg 

Totherow vs. Bullock and Pittman 

Cervone vs. Kelly 

Bowman vs. Atlanta Baggage & Cab Company. . . 

Rancourt vs. Springer Motor Co. and Pyle 

Guzman vs. Hughes, Knauss, Nunnally and 

Dockery, etc 

McMillan vs. Christley 

Byrne vs. Springer, etc., and Glazer 

Sullivan vs. Klonis 

Roberts vs. Weber 

Dornbusch vs. Rallo 

Guess, etc. vs. Lerch 

Mau vs. Weiner and Plymouth Hotel Corporation 

Gauthier vs. Sherrill 

Revels vs. Sullivan, Mohre and Padgett 

Merl vs. Roussos 

Fowler vs. Strickland 

Annin vs. Woods 

Dunn vs. Rodriquez and Zimmerman 

Jeffries vs. Crawford 

Harris vs. Sumlick 

Ulius vs. LeJune 

Collins vs. Kees 

Laird vs. Long 

LaRue vs. Hoffman 

Wayrynen vs. Williams 

Doj'le vs. Mitterling 

Quiglej^ vs. Goodbar 

Lenkowsky vs. Hall 

Mann vs. Bresnen, Sisti, Grouser and Benge . . . . 

Bush vs. Poncik 

Lecouris vs. Reed 

Crowley vs. Olsen 

Cerrone, et al. vs. Komito, et al 

Davis vs. Hansen, et al 

Baxley vs. Atlantic Coast Line, etc 

Palm Container Corporation vs. Perkins, etc 

Smith vs. Brooks 

Rothenberg vs. Hickman 

Gelfand vs. Bergman 



Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Volusia 

Brevard .... 
Brevard .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward. . . . 
^'Uachua .... 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Lake 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade.... . . . 

Escambia. . . 

Dixie 

Dade. 

Volusia 

Lafayette. . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Palm Beach. 
Hillsborough 

Volusia 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Pinellas 

Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Alachua .... 

Polk 

Dade 

Okaloosa . . . 

Dade 

Dade 



Aug. 22, 1957 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

.Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
S-pt. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Aug. 26 



266 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Damoff vs. Stenn, et al 

Swilling vs. Barr 

Hudik vs. Ferris, et al 

Ulius vs. LeJune 

Leach vs. DeLozier 

Weingartz, et al. vs. Friend 

Savoy vs. Clark, et al 

Cole vs. Hebert 

Florida Real Estate Commission vs. Sunland 

Gardens 

Harris vs. Townsend 

Hyed vs. Whiteley and Cantoni 

Alvers vs. Whiteley and Cantoni 

Lewis vs. Cole, etc 

Alpert vs. Crouch U'Drive It, Inc 

Martin vs. Adamowski 

East Coast Dry Goods Co., Inc. vs. Royal Bank 

of Canada 

Madfis vs. Majure 

Bach vs. Gehnrich 

Fromm, et al. vs. Tupler, et al 

Thomas vs. Stewart, et al 

Kaber vs. Sumner 

Hilgerson vs. Ridgway 

Bland vs. Prefontaine 

Ward vs. Beaulieu 

Jones vs. Beaulieu 

Hudson, etc. vs. Veach, et al 

Avery vs. Solomon 

Gordon vs. Joshua Hendry Corporation 

Caldwell vs. Maris, et al 

Torres vs. Feklman 

Haddad vs. Feldman 

Riley vs. Klein, et al 

Adams, et al. vs. Goldsmith 

Terrell vs. Sackadorf 

Van Zandt vs. Ott 

Stanfield vs. Baldwin 

Hutson vs. Spikes 

Kreutles vs. Sacks a/k/a Mrs. Lois Platzker 

Philyaw vs. Wilkinson 

Baker- Alford Company vs. Brown d/b/a Elba 

Gin & Warehouse Co 

Sampson vs. Moran d/b/a Moran Trucking Co. . 

Dyer vs. Ketter 

Williams vs. Hulsey, Pittman, etc 

Hall & Johnson vs. Bringer 

Hood vs. City of Geneva, Ala., and Coverhouse. , 

Harris vs. Thexton, Werblow and Hertz Corp 

Boone vs. Smith 

Drewek vs. Graham 

Nigh vs. Betts 

Rigdon vs. Ploof Transfer Company and 

Thompson 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Leon 

Dade , 

Dade 

St. Lucie . . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon , 

Dade 

Marion. ... 

Dade 

Palm Beach 
Palm Beach 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Duval , 

Dade 

Orange . . . . , 
Orange .... 
Volusia. . . . , 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua . . . , 
Broward . . . . 
Duval 

Leon 

Broward . . . . 

Marion 

Volusia 

Dade 

Jackson. . . , 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward . . . . 
Palm Beach 

Duval 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 267 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Cerrone vs. Komito and Kaplan 

Mowatt vs. Hicks 

Boyd vs. Bishop 

Crosby vs. Hamilton 

Vaujin vs. Ryan 

Cervone vs. Kelly 

Carl Matusek Shipping Company, Inc. vs. 

International Trading Corporation of Virginia . . 

Moore vs. DePratter, et al 

Conway vs. LaBruzzo 

Gershman vs. Cornell 

Seminole Paper and Printing Co., Inc. vs. 

Piacente 

Betty Haimes vs. Piacente 

Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America and 

Southeast Communications Company vs. Miller 

Motor Lines of North Carolina, Inc., and J. 

Archie Cannon, as its trustee 

Rowlett vs. Cohen 

Harper vs. Cohen 

Henri quez vs. Turner and Durlod 

Indemnity Insurance Company of North America 

and So itheast Communications Company vs. 

Miller Motor Lines of North Carolina, Inc., and 

J. Archie Cannon, as its trustee 

Mawson, Jr. vs. Lauhoff and Lauhoff Grain 

Company 

Madfis vs. Majure 

Berndt vs. Perrott 

Brown vs. Zaar and Mims 

Hires vs. Zaar and Mims 

Miller vs. Gulfstream Park Racing Assn., Inc. 

and Dent 

Brackins vs. Herrell 

Thomas vs. Bernheiman and Sellars 

Pancrazzio vs. Archer 

Nieves vs. Kohler 

Rosenbaum vs. November 

Roberts vs. Allen Kroblin, Inc 

Reichert vs. Goodpasture 

Williams vs. Bahr 

Etheridge vs. Jones 

Bender vs. Scherbner 

Montague vs. Levowitz and Yellow Cab Co. of 

Miami 

Talbot vs. Muniz 

Strickland vs. Moliman 

Cleere vs. Carpenter 

Butler vs. Weimar Storage Co., Inc. and 

Ben Quarino 

Harrell vs. Bender and Stewart 

Cziller vs. Bohannon 

Northampton, Inc., vs. Doughty 

Oszajca vs. Ackerman 



Dade 

Indian River 
Putnam .... 
Escambia. . . 
Hillsborough 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Hendry 

Escambia . . . 
Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward. . . . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Broward .... 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hardee 

Okeechobee . 

Dade 

Levy 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Broward .... 
Dade 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



30, 1957 
30, 1957 
30, 1957 
30, 1957 
30, 1957 
30, 1957 

2, 1957 
2, 1957 
2, 1957 

2, 1957 

3, 1957 
3, 1957 



3, 1957 
3, 1957 
3, 1957 
3, 1957 



Oct. 3, 1957 



3, 1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 

1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



268 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Bowman vs. Atlanta Baggage & Cab Company. . . 

Johnson vs. Fultz 

Hogue vs. Smith 

Safeco Insurance Co. of America vs. Hirsch 

Smith vs. Burch 

Cypress Eternal Furniture Factors, Inc. vs. 

Clyde Murrow Transfer Co 

Anderson vs. Haas, Olin's Airport U-Drive-It, 

Inc., etc 

Olin's Airport U-Drive-It, Inc. vs. Karr, Jr 

Moser vs. Haas, Olin's Airport U-Drive-It, Inc., 

etc 

Olin's Airport U-Drive-It, Inc., etc. vs. Karr, Jr. 

Gelinas vs. Tyler 

Mazor vs. Blechman and The Hertz Corporation 

Winer vs. Eller 

Jackson vs. Sherlpy 

Ames vs. The Moloney Company 

North American Company vs. Rew 

Britt vs. Carter 

Lynch vs. Coppola, Epifano, etc 

Williams vs. Bahr 

Wolff vs. Hill 

Spilo vs. Holiday Rentals, Inc., etc 

Gunter vs. Gregg 

Short vs. Chitty 

Sanford vs. Bennett 

Savage vs. Cubbins 

Spiller vs. Thompson & Wheeler, etc 

Hyden vs. MacNeill 

Kamin vs. Checker Rent-A-Car, Inc., etc 

Copeland and Motors Insurance Corp. vs. Letchas 

Adler vs. Valone 

Foremost Dairies, Inc. vs. Lightsey 

Odenkirk vs. Lebanon Chemical Corporation, etc . 

Dicks vs. Knight 

Mobley vs. Hawkins 

Jacobs vs. vSmolowitz 

Jones vs. Kennedy 

Harrison vs. Kennedy 

Searcy vs. Miller 

Pearson vs. Norman Korer and Aviation 

Assistant Group, Inc 

Klein vs. Ace U Drive, Inc., and Garcia and 

Comunale 

Tompkin's Label Service vs. Perkins, d/b/a 

Tropical Hydroponic Gardens 

Moore vs. Depratter, et al 

Muth vs. McCarley Moving & Storage Co., Inc., 

etc 

Bombace vs. Kostrzewa and Novak 

Nasbe vs. Kostrzewa and Novak 

Ferrara vs. Checker Rent-A-Car, Inc., etc 

Jacobson vs. Checker Rent-A-Car, Inc., etc 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Alachua. . . . 
Broward .... 
Hillsborough 

Lake 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Indian River 

Monroe 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Escambia. . . 
Okaloosa . . . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Polk 

Polk 

Dade. 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hendry 

Dade 

Broward. . . . 
Broward. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 269 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Burg vs. Wheeler 

Rolle vs. Utterback 

Bond vs. Shorrick 

DeWitt (L. G.), Inc. vs. Williantis and Small and 

U.S.A.C. Transport, Inc 

Alderson vs. Georgeto\\Ti County Board of 

Education of South Carolina 

Rayam vs. Tyler 

Jarrett vs. Duke , 

Duford vs. Miller 

Lee vs. Baldwin 

Moore vs. Lamm , 

Severson vs. Schlosser, etc 

Meyer vs. Schlosser, etc 

Wallace vs. Schlosser, etc 

Maley vs. Derrick's Used Cars (Not Inc.), etc., 

and Brazell 

Alter vs. Satariano 

Delia vs. Jones 

Marshall vs. McConnell 

Weymer vs. Georgette Giguere Arus, etc 

Berg vs. Williams 

Dean vs. Levitt, Schwartz and The Miami Beach 

Railway Co 

Martinelli vs. Crisanti , 

Howard vs. Arnoff , 

Spell vs. Goldstein and Chandler 

Fox vs. Azar 

Blair vs. Cole 

J. McPherson vs. Stortz 

L. McPherson vs. Stortz 

Winer vs. Eller 

Katz vs. Sylk, etc 

Robinson vs. Curry Auto Rental, Inc., and Lehi. , 

Este Oils Company vs. Bolles 

Wells and Allen vs. Campbell 

Walker vs. Albert Flah and Gables Auto 

Rentals, Inc 

Wipf vs. Watson 

Rawlins vs. Lowery and Koons 

Early vs. Meyer and Hollis 

Gordon vs. Lora 

Powell vs. Nelson 

Stone vs. Brown 

Clark vs. Willis 

Scoppa vs. Springer Motor Co. and Pyle 

Wark vs. Silar 

Matthews vs. Matthews 

Noble vs. Hertz Corporation vs. Etz 

Scarapino vs. Hertz Corporation vs. Etz 

Bosco vs. Hertz Corporation vs. Etz 

Chandler, etc. vs. Rainey 

Muller vs. Arbia 

Heine vs. Flick 



County fratn 
Which Received 



Martin 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward 

Hillsborough (U.S. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

St. Lucie 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Orange 

Volusia 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward 

Alachua 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Escambia 



Date 
Received 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



270 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Gerdt vs. Couture Rent A Car System, Inc. and 

Skitch Henderson 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company vs. 

A. G. Wimpy, etc 

Clahoun vs. Hall 

Florida State Sales, Inc. d/b/a House of Fax vs. 

Alton Road Motel, Inc 

Shirah vs. Pittman and Ramelli, Jr., etc 

Rubinstein vs. Roberts 

The News, Inc. vs. Southern Development Co. . 

Schrimsher vs. Lovejoj'^ 

Groover vs. Covert 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co. vs. Chancey 

Truck Line, Inc. and Joe Morgan 

Wilson vs. Detective House, Inc 

Wilson vs. Dell Publishing Company 

Anderson, etc. vs. Miley, etc 

Rosenbaum vs. November 

Strano vs. McCulloh 

Shapiro vs. Kunze 

Heller vs. Rosen 

Roller vs. Sensmeier 

Larsen vs. Johnson 

Scott vs. Omega Motor Lines, Seaboard Food 

Express, etc 

Martin vs. Rowley 

Home vs. Stokes and Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc 

Guldi vs. Brackins 

Courtoy vs. National Presto Industries, Inc .... 
Sunny Isles Ocean Beach Company vs. Benke 

and Acciarito 

Proctor vs. Simmons 

Langsdorf vs. Butler 

Scott vs. Terracciano 

Brickner vs. Escalante and Couture Rent A Car 

System, Inc 

Small vs. Harloff 

Miller vs. Harloff 

U.S.A.C. Transport, Inc. vs. Harlof 

Lasser vs. Grosjean and Brown 

Chait vs. French and Goodman 

Cargill vs. Mitchell and DeLeon 

Toach vs. Baldwin and Taylor 

Kulcher vs. Myers 

Carver vs. Phoenix Oil Company 

Johnson vs. Affeld 

Davis vs. Hignutt 

Cruz vs. Walton and Ruggs 

Briggs vs. Duddleston 

Watson vs. Perdue 

Rook vs. Reeves 

Landon vs. Kelley, et al 

Rausch vs. Brumm 



County from 
Which Received 



Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Walton 

Dade 

Sarasota 

Broward 

Hillsborough 

Bradford 

Leon 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Bay 

Orange 

Monroe 

Duval 

Orange 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Orange 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Manatee 

Orange 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Sarasota 

Duval 

Duval 

Orange 



Date 
Received 



Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 271 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

United States of America for Use and Benefit of 

Tampa Coal Company vs. Lee and Traveler's 

Indemnity Company 

Friedman vs. Murphy and Morse Auto Rentals. . . 

Delaney vs. Norman 

Coleman vs. Cearley and Thompson 

Bear vs. Crymes 

Borders vs. Scales 

Cicchini vs. Ruprecht 

Hudson vs. Veach 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company vs. 

Clements 

Mart vs. Carr 

Fox vs. Azar 

Bright vs. Newton and Mardant 

Warren vs. Brown 

Nichol vs. Trombley 

Jalas vs. Tropical Park, Inc., Pennock and Evans 

Heilbrun vs. Cuevas 

Brown vs. Zaar and Mims 

Seminole Asphalt Refining, Ltd., etc. vs. 

Guy Johnson 

Moore vs. Sullivan, Long & Hagerty, Inc 

Rodman vs. Abbas 

Sanchez vs. Etheridge 

Allied Homes & Mortgage Corp. vs. Santa 

Monica, Inc., et al 

Branscome vs. Clark and Ezell 

Bosch vs. Davis 

Correa vs. Three Bays Corporation, Ltd 

McDilda vs. Newberg 

Mart vs. Carr 

Coppersmith vs. Halpem 

Gordon vs. Joshua Hendry Corporation 

Keyes Company vs. Touchton and Carter 

Witter vs. Lamoureaux 

Berman vs. Millman, Leary and City of Miami 

Beach Police Department 

Oliver vs. Nelson 

York vs. Hampton 

Danwit vs. Keller 

Fauerbach vs. Bellefeuille 

Ponczek vs. Williams, et al 

Governor vs. Malkin, et al 

Korey vs. Wing Brothers, et al 

Katz vs. Day, et al 

Hillsman vs. Venetian Sedan Service and Leach. . . 

Roberts vs. Correa and DeCorrea 

Dai-Mar Cabinet Co. vs. Mar Vista Apartments, 

etc 

Peveroff vs. Freshman 

Fribley vs. Bebe, Inc 

Diaz vs. Martin, etc 

Richards & Hale, Inc. vs. Kahn, etc 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Hillsborough 

Dade 

Polk 

Polk. 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Duval (U.S.) 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward. . . . 

Leon 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard .... 
Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval , 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



27 

27 

30 

30 

2 

2 

2 

2 



Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


3, 


19,57 


Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


3, 


1957 


Dec. 


4, 


1957 


Dec. 


4, 


1957 


Dec. 


6, 


1957 


Dec. 


6, 


1957 


Dec. 


6, 


1957 


Dec. 


6, 


1957 


Dec. 


6, 


1957 


Dec. 


6, 


1957 


Dec. 


7, 


1957 


Dec. 


7, 


1957 


Dec. 


9, 


1957 


Dec. 


9, 


1957 


Dec. 


9, 


1957 


Dec. 


11, 


1957 


Dec. 


12, 


1957 


Dec. 


12, 


1957 


Dec. 


12, 


1957 


Dec. 


12, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


13, 


1957 


Dec. 


16, 


1957 


Dec. 


16, 


1957 


Dec. 


16, 


1957 


Dec. 


18, 


1957 


Dec. 


18, 


1957 


Dec. 


18, 


1957 



1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 
1957 



272 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

McGrady vs. Avis Rent-A-Car System, etc 

Pollard vs. Galloway 

Ares vs. Colonial Fast Freight Lines, Inc., etc. . . . 

Suffoletto, etc. vs. Schuman and Hutchinson 

Larkin vs. Imperial Casket Company, Inc 

Leion vs. Howell 

Cannon vs. Pan American Surety Company, etc. . 

Belz vs. Latone 

Cobb, etc. vs. Sherman 

Weatherford vs. Byrnes Brothers Trucking Co. . . . 

Muller vs. Arbia 

Brown vs. Crow, also known as Crew 

Scott vs. Rudenko 

Dickson, etc. vs. United States 

Pace vs. Lennig 

Williams, Hall vs. Monismith 

King Cole Beauty & Barber Supply vs. Hough, 

etc 

Chance vs. Reece and McGill Car and Truck 

Leasing Corporation 

Ernst vs. Wood 

Holley vs. Conner 

Kelley vs. Smarsley 

Atkinson, Sr. vs. Chafin 

Watkins vs. Smarsley 

Manganelley, etc. vs. Makepease, etc 

Oliver vs. Peterseon and Bennett 

Upchurch vs. Hertz Corporation 

Dampier vs. Crenshaw and Mittingly 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Dade 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Leon 

Okaloosa 

Dade 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . . 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Citrus 

Escambia 

Duval 

Alachua 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Putnam 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval (U.S.) 

Indian River 

Hillsborough 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



FOR THE YEAR 1958 



Vaught vs. Beale 

Moss vs. Rathbun, etc 

Maurin vs. Tecumseh Products Co 

Roller vs. Sensmeier 

Balzar vs. Avis Rental System of Florida, Inc., 

and Norma G. Graham 

Carter vs. I\jng O'Lawn, Inc., etc 

Bannerman, etc. vs. Rabil 

Odages vs. Crawford and Click 

Baia vs. Steven's Market No. 2, Inc 

Manning vs. Smith 

Davis vs. Thompson 

Dispensa vs. Bayne 

Cohen vs. Alcoa Steamship Co., Inc 

Hilliard vs. Gibson 

Bullard vs. Caldwell and Brown, Jr 

Atlantic Coast Line R.R. Co. vs. Clements 



Leon 

Sarasota .... 
Hillsborough 
Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Putnam .... 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.). 

Polk 

Duval 

Duval (U.S.) 



Jan. 


2, 


Jan. 


2, 


Jan. 


2, 


Jan. 


2. 


Jan. 


2, 


Jan. 


2, 


Jan. 


6, 


Jan. 


fi, 


Jan. 


fi, 


Jan. 


6, 


Jan. 


fi, 


Jan. 


7, 


Jan. 


8, 


Jan. 


9, 


Jan. 


9, 


Jan. 


9, 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 273 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Schneider vs. Beck 

Laird vs. Long 

Berg vs. Badick and Hansen 

Lebensfeld vs. The Hertz Corporation 

Boggess vs. Ketola and Brotonis Binghamton 

Corp 

Toach vs. Baldwin and Taylor 

Bild vs. W. & D. Fan Company and Aliens 

Storage Co 

Sonz vs. Norma Apartments, Inc. and Simons. . . . 
Decor and Sales Aids, Inc. vs. Albert Parvin & Co 

Showker vs. Canadian Ace Brewing Co 

Etty vs. News Syndicate Co. d/b/a Sunday News 

and The News 

Sheppard vs. Raymond Cloud and Refrigerated 

Transport Co., Inc 

Smith vs. Susco Car Rental System of Florida, 

etc 

Brawley vs. Susco Car Rental System, etc 

Hodowud vs. Patrick and Ferrigno 

Staudt vs. Tyler 

Felsch vs. Brown Transfer Company 

Snelling vs. Hobson 

Blum vs. The Hertz Corporation, Dolinsky and 

Schoen 

DeFelice vs. Schakelford and Couture National 

Car Rental System, Inc 

Spangler vs. Thompson and Schmidt 

Burkhalter, etc. vs. Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd,, etc 

Sweeney vs. Baron 

Driggers vs. King and Crockett 

Denny vs. Denny 

Smith vs. Holiday Rentals, Inc., etc 

McCutchen vs. National Trailer Rental Assn 

Pine vs. Miami Beach Railway Co., etc 

Lowe vs. Shepard 

Simon vs. Connelly 

White vs. Walker and Klem's, Inc 

Giordano vs. Brown 

Henry vs. Halsey and Bainbridge 

Rook vs. Reeves 

Richman vs. Wieder, Springer, etc 

Fox vs. Mayerhoff & Sons and Robinson 

Barnes vs. Ludwig 

Ruiz vs. Vanderbilt and AAA-U Drive Corp 

Teitch, Coffee, and Mendorff, etc. vs. Shadlen. . . , 

Greenbaum vs. Garrett , 

Ellis vs. Canedy 

Flanders vs. The Crown Line Insurance Co 

Columbia Fish Company vs. Rochester 

American Insurance Co 

Berger vs. Byrd 

Lee vs. Williams 

Miller vs. Melber 



Dade. 
Leon . 
Dade. 
Dade. 



Palm Beach. 
Dade 



Dade . . . 
Dade . . . 
Dade. . . 
Orange . 

Orange . 

Dade.., 



Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade. 

Volusia 



Dade. 



Broward 

Brevard 

Duval (U.S.). 
Duval (U.S.). 

Duval 

Broward 

Hillsborough . 
St. Lucie. . . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach . . 
Palm Beach. . 

Broward 

Broward 

Volusia 

Duval 

Dade 

St. Lucie 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Putnam 



Lee 

Brevard . . . . 
St. Johns . . . 
Dade (U.S.). 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Jan. 13 



13 
13 
14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
15 
IG 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
17 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 
20 
20 



274 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Dale 
Received 



Teart vs. Crews and Fluker 

Moseley vs. Crews and Fluker 

Miller vs. Crews and Fluker 

Moseley, et al. vs. Crews and Fluker 

Gay vs. Parsons 

Levy vs. Gussenhoven 

Strange vs. Kent 

Henderson vs. Lombardo 

Wise vs. Wexler 

Busbee, etc. vs. Urquhart, et al 

Jean vs. Byrd Motor, Inc , 

Whitmore vs. Speed , 

Crunkleton vs. Shell , 

Ramer vs. Hacker, etc 

Yeip vs. Consolidated Cigar Sales Co., Inc., and 

Sidney Kiiapp , 

Peoples vs. Herbst 

Scruggs vs. Riley 

Wojdan vs. Keir, etc 

Charles L. Venice, etc. vs. Stichler, etc 

Plowfield vs. Nilson d/b/a Nilson Motor Express. 

Brooks vs. Scotten, Henshaw, etc 

Berman vs. Millman, Leary and City of Miami 

Beach Police Department 

Gargiulo vs. Boullosa 

Seldney vs. Moskowitz 

Callahan vs. Moskowitz 

Eller vs. Winer 

Stone vs. Dick 

Norton vs. Hayes 

Glenn, etc. vs. Beavers 

Kulchar vs. Myers 

Pucci vs. Marsolais 

Park vs. Kates d/b/a Kates Bros 

Crawford vs. Mills 

Fogel vs. Redd and Cohen 

Wolter vs. Baum 

McElhiney vs. Laughter 

Placid York, Inc. vs. The Calvert Hotel Co., Inc , 

Ferris vs. Cavitt 

Ellington vs. Russell 

Greenhut Construction Co., Inc. vs. Thompson, 

R. W. Ball Construction Co. and Taylor 

Eby vs. Possee 

Harris vs. Florida Power Corporation, etc 

Stuckey vs. Sims 

General Finance Loan Co. vs. Marlow 

Smith vs. Maras 

Redmond vs. Hill 

Holwell vs. Fineberg and Lewengood 

Burkhalter, Jr. vs. Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., 

et al 

Dexter Bishop Co., Inc. vs. Arrow Transfer Co. . . 



Broward 

Broward 

Broward 

Broward 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa 

St. Johns 

Charlotte 

Duval 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Dade... 

Columbia 

Sarasota 

Dade (U.S.) 

Hillsborough (U.S.) 
Dade (U.S.) 



Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Orange 

Duval 

Palm Beach 

Manatee 

Broward 

Dade 

Escambia (U.S.) . 

Dade 

Hillsborough. . . . 

Broward 

Dade 

Duval 

Pinellas 



Okaloosa . 
Orange. . . 
Pinellas. . . 
Escambia . 

Dade 

Brevard . . 

Dade 

Dade 



Duval (U.S.). 
Dade 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 275 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Purrington vs. Arthur Malesci and Neptune 

Storage, Inc 

Nelson vs. Hansen 

Jordan vs. Mobley and Clark 

Evans vs. Harry Temkin and Merlin U-Drive- 

It Co 

Seaboard Air Line R.R. Co. vs. Chancey Truck 

Line and Morgan 

Wilson vs. Eagle 

Clark vs. Manhart 

Culverhouse vs. Bentien 

Geesey vs. Schemtob 

Boring vs. Bresner, Sisti, and Benge 

McDaniels vs. Bresner, Sisti, and Benge 

Case vs. Bresner, Sisti, and I3enge 

Brown vs. Crow also known as Horace S. Crew. . . 

Kinley vs. Million 

Graham vs. Robinson and Roberts 

Crouser vs. Bresnen, Sisti, and Benge 

Stellitano vs. Fanjoy and Sutherland 

Raborn vs. Hall 

Teaney vs. Cohen and Kelsey 

Logun and Rochester American Insurance Co. vs. 

Hutt .. 

Howard vs. Byron, Inc., and Miami Transit Co. . 

Dispensa vs. Bayne 

Tilley vs. Hall 

Kuhl vs. Shaffer and MacMullin 

Hicks vs. Arthur 

Bachen vs. Rose 

Kubala vs. Neveu 

Del-Mar Cabinet Co. vs. Mar Vista Apartments, 

Inc., etc 

Thompson vs. Niederman 

Hallat vs. Richardson 

General Electric Appliances Co. vs. Sun Tropic 

Homes 

Belford Trucking Co. vs. Daughtry Lumber Co. 

and Skipper 

Scher vs. North American Van Lines, Inc 

Lipinsky vs. Collar 

Calhoun vs. Church and Shannon 

Holmer vs. Household Appliance Distributors, etc, 
Geller vs. Brandon Air Conditioning Corp., etc. . . 

Moffatt vs. Parrish 

Costantino vs. Bridges 

Palmer First National Bank & Trust Co. of 

Sarasota, etc. vs. Byrd 

Jack Cox d/b/a Ralston Company a/k/a Ralston- 

Ktchens Co. vs. Lux a\^d Anaconda Realty Co 

McCray vs. Corey 

Salem vs. Bowen and Wells 

Epps vs. Keystone Lamp Manufacturing Co. and 

Sadoff 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Dade 

Bay 

Dade 

Bradford . . . 

Polk 

Polk 

Polk 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Dade (U.S.). 
Hillsborough 

Duval 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Alachua. . . . 
Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Jefferson .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward .... 

Duval 

Dade (U.S.) . 

Duval 

Dade (U.S.). 
Sarasota .... 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Sarasota . . . . 

Broward .... 
Alachua. . . . 
Dade (U.S.) . 

Dade 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



Feb. 17 



17 
18 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

21 
21 
21 
21 
24 
24 
25 
25 

25 
25 
25 



Feb. 25 



Feb. 28 



Mar. 3, 1958 



276 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from. 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Rollison vs. Zanville and Olin's Airport U-Drive-It 

Rice vs. Auerbach 

Yeager vs. Phillips and Sposato 

Gainford vs. Cooper and Becker 

L. H. Baas d/b/a Baas Cab Co. vs. Auerbach. . . . 

Miklos vs. Miklos _ 

Thomas vs. Sell & Penn Dixie Lines, Inc 

Williains vs. Treat and Simms 

Smith vs. Treat and Simms 

Hodges vs. Holt 

Powers vs. Duvall 

Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. vs. Dugan and Messner. . 

Watkins and Leonard vs. Hauser 

Hampton vs. Peirce, et al 

Schneider vs. Beck 

Rasmussen vs. Soland 

Tomlinson vs. Brown 

Criswell vs. Modafferi 

White vs. Mitchell 

Royal vs. Boyd and Skura 

Aguilera, etc. vs. Ball 

Chapman vs. McCoy 

R. Davis vs. Ort and Penn-Dixie Lines, Inc 

V. Davis vs. Ort and Penn-Dixie Lines, Inc 

Mid-States Insurance Co., etc. vs. Rosenthal 

Cummings vs. Motors Service Inc., etc 

Internicola vs. Burns 

Wallace vs. King 

Hann et ux. vs. Rogers 

Scott, etc. vs. Glassburn 

Roos vs. Roos 

Rassette vs. Reynolds and Burke 

Trice vs. Lofton and Antonelli 

Mack vs. Boldireff 

Davis vs. McMillan and Newby 

Ritter, etc. vs. Hora and Tucker 

Nicolin vs. Cohen 

Margin vs. Cohen 

Plotner vs. Shear 

Davis vs. Shear 

Wagner vs. Tynan, et al 

Sperry vs. I. anders 

Yaras vs. Repke and National Car Rental 

System 

Gewirtz vs. Walker 

Carney vs. Jonota 

Comp vs. Pasquale Muraccia, North Dade 
Transit Co., etc 

Howard Feed Mills, Inc. vs. Shapiro, etc 

Bower vs. Gainer 

Henson vs. Capitol Fish Co., Inc., etc 

Maston vs. Capitol Fish Co., Inc., etc 

Unger vs. Capitol Fish Co., Inc., etc 

Bohlender vs. Neptune Storage, Inc 



Dade 

St. Johns. . . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach. . 
St. Johns .... 
Palm Beach. . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Madison 

Hillsborough . 
Dade (U.S.) . . 

Broward 

Leon 

Dade 

Escambia. . . . 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Highlands. . . 

Gadsden 

Leon 

Collier 

Duval 

Duval 

Escambia. . . . 

Jackson 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade (U.S.). 
Hillsborough . 



Dade. 
Dade. 
Dade. 



Dade .... 
Duval. . . 

Pinellas. . 
Orange . . 
Orange . . 
Orange . . 
Broward. 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 277 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Smith vs. Hicks and Rhodes 

Levine vs. Johnson 

Harris vs. Miller 

Malick vs. Nilson 

Brannan vs. Lawson 

Monk vs. Ellis 

Barnett vs. Carpenter 

Blanchard vs. Blackwell 

Kelly vs. Cooper and Hooper 

Allen, etc. vs. Cooper and Hooper 

Bailes vs. Hinckley 

Harris vs. Sadman 

Hung vs. Moran and Carl 

Espy vs. LePore and Schmidt 

McNeil vs. Sheldon 

Ethridge vs. Sohns 

Tenenbaum and Hartman vs. Tuchner 

Watson vs. Gibbs 

TowTie vs. Brown 

Smith vs. Holiday Rentals, Inc., etc 

Pearl, etc. vs. Santomero, etc 

Diamond vs. Middleton 

Bass vs. Yellow Cab Co. of Brunswick, Ga 

Ross vs. Spector 

Cohen vs. Alcoa Steamship Co., Inc 

Bradley vs. West New York Lumber & Supply Co 

Shewan vs. Thomas 

Fogel vs. Redd and Cohen 

Geller vs. Coleman and Rollins Leasing Corp 

Baxter vs. Russell and Northern Electric Co 

Thomas vs. Crew and Smith 

Peterson vs. C. R. Worthy and Osborne and Co . . 

Conlon vs. Polrier 

Crozier vs. Fordham Operating Co. and Botwin . . 

Padgett vs. Dove 

Hutto vs. Starr 

Regan vs. LaBrecque 

Osborne vs. Davis 

Metzger vs. Frohm 

Pardee vs. Derrick 

Crowe vs. Cab Co. of Brunswick, Ga 

Haviland vs. Vannoy 

Burgio vs. Burns 

Sheppard vs. Cloud and Refrigerated Transport 

Co 

Heard vs. Cohen 

Pippinger vs. Kanning 

Kovack vs. O'Neil 

Pavelka vs. Watson 

Grimm and Motz vs. Sparks and Lakoske 

Boim vs. Norman Flyer, etc 

Burgio vs. Burns 

Potamkin vs. The Hertz Corporation and Bonner 
Rubin vs. Walker 



County from 
Which Received 



Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 

Sarasota 

Leon 

Okaloosa. . . . 
Okaloosa. . . . 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Palm Beach . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Hillsborough . 

Broward 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.).. 

Duval 

Escambia. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Polk 

Polk. 

Volusia 

Duval 

Polk 

Polk 

Duval 

Dade 

Monroe 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 



Dade (U.S.). 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Date 
Received 



Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


17, 


1958 


Mar. 


19, 


1958 


Mar. 


19, 


1958 


Mar. 


19, 


1958 


Mar. 


19, 


1958 


Mar. 


19, 


1958 


Mar. 


19, 


1958 


Mar. 


20, 


1958 


Mar. 


20, 


1958 


Mar. 


20, 


1958 


Mar. 


20, 


1958 


Mar. 


20, 


1958 


Mar. 


21, 


1958 


Mar. 


21, 


1958 


Mar. 


21, 


1958 


Mar. 


21, 


1958 


Mar. 


21, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


24, 


1958 


Mar. 


26, 


1958 


Mar. 


26, 


1958 


Mar. 


26, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


27, 


1958 


Mar. 


28, 


1958 


Mar. 


28, 


1958 



278 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Honick vs. Gittelson 

Brown vs. George 

Hassell vs. Rohe 

Daniel vs. Trent 

Lieving vs. Key ton d/b/a Keystone Motors 

Wolfe vs. Key ton d/b/a Keystone Motors 

Lauderdale vs. Jones 

Diamond Industries, Inc. vs. Sorrells 

Fort Lauderdale Transfer, Inc. vs. Herring-Hall- 
Marvin Safe Co 

Schwelm vs. Bess Memorial Mortuary and 

O'Hara 

Richards vs. Chagnon and Nazarewics, etc 

Consumers Finance Co. vs. Yellow Cab Co. of 
Brunswick 

Roy E. Dodd, Inc. vs. Oro Manufacturing Co. . . . 

Botfan vs. Grand Union Supermarkets, Inc., etc. . 

Weepie (Sweeney) vs. Baron 

Dewberry vs. Gold 

Crawford vs. Gold 

Young vs. Butler and Hollowes, etc 

Petz and Raisen vs. Ganger 

Johnston vs. Valdez 

Maisonette Holding Co., etc. vs. Katz, Lewison 
and Freed 

Ben- Jay Food Distributors, Inc. vs. Hollar 

Covington vs. Leeman 

Vandervalk vs. Anjoorian and Armenian Rug Co. 

Daniel vs. Mel-Cap Company, etc 

Goodman vs. Best 

Jacobs vs. Krantz 

Dorsey vs. Gray and Tandy 

Martin vs. Schell 

Palm Beach County vs. Diamond Construction Co, 

Yearwood vs. Castle 

Duke vs. Labrado 

Costa vs. Cheetham 

Louden vs. Funderburk 

Naftal vs. Riverside Military Academy, etc 

McCraney vs. Cooker 

Webb vs. Vandenberg 

Peek vs. Davis 

Kramer vs. Pocaracci and Landau 

Hill vs. Chicago Stadium Corporation and Wirtz. , 

Cookson vs. National Automotive Manufacturing 
and Engineering Corporation 

Narmore vs. Mercury Motor E.xpress, Inc., and 
Stafford 

Harper vs. Mott 

Arango vs. Brown and Burt 

Walter vs. Dettman d/b/a Surf Side Aprtments. . . 

Williams vs. Granger 

Glass vs. Sedon 



Countij from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Polk 

Martin 

Lake 

Leon 

Leon 

Escambia. . . 
Escambia . . . 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval (U.S.) 
Brevard .... 
Brevard. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

St. Lucie. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Baker 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Alachua .... 
Broward .... 
Okaloosa . . . 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.). 

Duval 

Sarasota .... 
Hillsborough 
Broward .... 

Duval 

Dade 



Mar 
Mar 
Mar 
Mar 
Mar 
Mar 
Mar 
Mar 

Mar 

Mar 
Mar 

Mar 

Mar 
Mar 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

Apri 

Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 279 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Manufacturers Casualty Insurance Co. and 

DeFonce Construction Co., Inc., etc 

Puder vs. Baum, Houlton, Marcia, Chess, etc 

Curcio vs. Essid 

Freeman vs. Walsh 

Irving vs. Key and Fiant 

Manufacturers Casualty Co., Inc. vs. DeFonce 

Construction Co 

Universal Film Exchanges, Inc. vs. Meiselman, etc 

Sullivan vs. Roberts and Lusink 

Singer vs. Howard and Floyd 

O'Malley vs. Joie Chitwood Thrill Show, Inc., etc. 

Boe vs. Springer 

Parkinson vs. Springer 

Veerman vs. Springer 

Shahan vs. Gerber 

Spitters vs. Chasin 

Moreland vs. McJunkin Bus Line, Inc., and 

Sandef ur 

Harkey vs. Irwin and Everroad 

Wynn vs. McJunkin Bus Line, Inc., and Sandef ur 

Meeker vs. Grover and Lesh 

O'Dawe vs. Tabas 

Reid vs. Rathje 

Vinocour vs. Hernandez and Skellarios 

Bush vs. Surrette 

Gordon vs. Joshua Hendry Corporation 

Worthington vs. Smith and Hunt 

Asbell vs. Burnette 

Watters vs. Meyer 

Karriker vs. Lyons 

Harriet Combs, et al. vs. North American Van 

Lines, Inc 

Duffy vs. Jamieson 

Brown vs. Kekich 

Breslin vs. Bower 

Raab vs. Stanley 

Clifton vs. Gillespie 

McLemore vs. Kean 

Wilson vs. Kean 

Wanger vs. Stapleton and Lewis 

Hall vs. Taxi Service, Inc 

Scott vs. Rosenthal 

Wigle vs. Christena and McCall 

Lasser vs. Grosjean and Brown 

DeFelice vs. Shackelford, Couture Rent A Car 

System, Inc., etc 

Miley vs. Golden 

Jones vs. Bilbrey 

Burgess vs. Mosier 

Greer vs. Ploof Trucking Company, Inc 

Chandler vs. Martineau 

Montgoinery vs. Finkelstein 

Bass vs. Katz, Silverstein, Lipton, etc 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade (U.S.). 
Broward .... 
Dade (U.S.). 
Dade (U.S.). 
Dade (U.S.). 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard .... 

Duval 

Duval (U.S.) 

Duval 

Monroe 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Dade (U.S.). 
Broward .... 

Levy 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Citrus 

Hernando. . . 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Bay 

Bay 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade....... 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Escambia. . . , 
Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Dade , 

Duval 

Dade , 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 

16 
16 
17 

17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 

is: 

21 
21 
21 



April 21 

April 21 

April 21 

April 23 

April 23 

April 23 

April 24 

April 25 



1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
19.58 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 



280 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Beck vs. Hollemen's Shores Restaurant, etc 

Monk vs. Ellis 

Miller vs. The Hertz Corporation 

Bufamo, etc. vs. Gibson 

Sims, etc. vs. Gibson 

Bufamo, etc. vs. Gibson 

Dale vs. Mazarovich, Miami Shipbuilding 

Corporation, etc 

Davis vs. Beamer 

Clement vs. Bal ;l\vin 

Curatola vs. Haber 

Jandriserits vs. Haber 

Zelmanovic vs. Cannara and DeRose 

Pollack and Feuer vs. Rakas 

Russell and Keary vs. Jakubetz 

Martin vs. Huggins 

Daniels, Inc. vs. Twitty Bros, d/b/a Robert 

Curley, Ltd 

Gower and Brown vs. Slominger 

Schrager vs. Waters 

Sellers vs. McCredie and Day 

Miller vs. Waco Manufacturing Company and 

Waco Scaffolding of Florida, Inc 

Sun Styles of Miami, Inc. vs. Guttentag 

Howard vs. Christena, McCall, etc 

MacFarland vs. Oakley 

Venice vs. Manu-Mine Research & Development 

Company 

Fisher vs. Avis Rental Car System, etc 

Rutman vs. Sears Roebuck & Co 

Sperry vs. Gumming 

Ares vs. Cacyuk 

Clapper vs. Hodgson 

Gralynn Laundry and Badia vs. Herit 

Brautigan vs. Finnegan 

Rood vs. Finnegan 

Wiley vs. Mastic Tile Corporation 

Pallone vs. Smith 

Adelman vs. Mathis 

Schlosberg vs. Appliance Sales and Service Co., etc. 

Harris vs. Sumlick 

Rotella vs. Olsen 

Pierce vs. Ceco Steel Products Corporation and 

Hanes 

Tisdale vs. Demasters and U-Haul Co., Inc 

Hodges vs. DeMasters and U-Haul Co., Inc 

Ochoa vs. Ball 

Perez vs. Ball 

Dryden vs. Monk 

May vs. Yellow Cab Corporation of Brunswick, Ga 

Gross vs. Rehard 

Gronning vs. Neshamkin 

Padgett vs. Taxi Service, Inc., etc 



County from 
Which Received 



Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Volusia 

Dide 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Clay 

Clay 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Brevard 

Sarasota 

Duval 



Date 
Received 



Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

Apri 
Apri 
Apri 
Apri 

April 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 281 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Leonard (L'se aud Benefit of Emmco Insurance 

Co.) vs. Voss 

Kuivinen vs. Swartzendruber 

Film Art Corporation vs. Leonidorff 

Cecchi vs. Phalen 

Mandell vs. Dudding 

Brenner vs. Siegel 

Gallagher vs. Coy 

Osborne vs. Young 

Prince vs. I^ady and Faceto 

Sicard vs. Berkowitz 

Legault vs. Berkowitz 

Pilon vs. Berkowitz 

Bankers Life and Casualty Company vs. Byoir 

and Associates, Inc 

Cookson vs. National Automotive Manufacturing 

& Engineering Corp 

Cavalier-Gulling- Wilson Company vs. Rogers . . . . 

Mendorff vs. Shadlen 

Teitch vs. Shadlen 

Coffey vs. Shadlen 

Beagle and Kleinrock vs. de Grandcourt 

Kogan vs. Portney 

Arnold vs. Brigance 

Butt vs. Small Brothers, Inc 

Lester vs. Pobst 

Diesel Distributors, Inc. vs. Daimler Denz of 

North America, Inc 

Snyder vs. Johnson 

Bursey vs. Potter 

Cookson vs. The Wayne Pump Company 

Henry Simpson and Detroit Fire and Marine 

Insurance Co. vs. Hair 

Fenno vs. Collier 

Tomberlin, etc. vs. Foren 

Silva vs. Bland 

Peek vs. Medland 

Johnson vs. Mascarenas, etc 

Lynch, Cosgrove & Rose vs. Spikes 

Hoover vs. The Hertz Corporation, etc 

Nantz vs. Johnson 

Jones vs. Gibson 

Kendrick vs. Burrier 

Haubell, etc. vs. Lukes 

Thor vs. Gordon 

Horowitz vs. Gordon 

Del Sesto vs. Sharlow, etc 

Brady vs. Zachars, etc 

McConnell, etc. vs. Auto Finance Company of 

North Carolina 

Langworthy, etc. vs. Frisch 

Peterson vs. C. R. Worthy and Osborne & Co. . . . 
Serras, etc. vs. Thompson 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Broward ... 

Levy 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Palm Beach, 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Broward . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 
Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Broward . . . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Broward . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Marion 

Volu-sia 

Polk 

Dade 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 

May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
Mav 
May 



1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
195- 
195^ 

195s^ 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
19 >S 
1958 
1958 
19 ".8 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
19.18 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 



282 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Riggle vs. Bansbach and Bansbach Machinery 

Company , 

Toach vs. Baldwin and Taylor 

Heard vs. Cohen 

Chatham vs. Pitzer and Markel 

Wiggins vs. Pitzer and Markel 

Watts vs. Richman and National Car Rental 

System, Inc 

Canfield vs. Levine and the Hertz Corporation. 

Miller vs. Nutter 

Norris and Brown vs. Monier 

Tilton vs. Gruzler 

Clary vs. Fortney 

Wallace, etc. vs. Adelphi Paint and Color 

Works, Inc., etc 

Balog vs. Fischer 

Reinhart vs. Olsen, etc 

Withers vs. Savannah Beach Bus Lines, etc 

Tros, etc. vs. Faust 

Faulder vs. Lichty 

Atkins vs. Dimaglia 

United States of America vs. Brock, et al 

Cosimini, etc. vs. Conner 

Connely vs. Eagle Crest Investment Corp 

O'Connor vs. Waite and Kalberer 

Kelley vs. Fontaine 

Bobroff vs. Robertson, Briscue, etc 

Senerth vs. Reed and Stengel 

Frink vs. Reed and Stengel 

Logan, etc. vs. Kerns, etc 

Martell, etc. vs. Stein 

Pavelka vs. Watson 

Into etc. vs. Nunes 

Bowman by Hammaker vs. Cook 

Herman vs. Kopp 

Hardy etc. vs. Sale 

Ashley vs. Bechman 

Goldstein etc. vs. Schouse 

Ziegler etc. vs. Kirby etc 

Brown vs. Bounduran etc 

Blumberg vs. Reiseman etc 

Schwartz vs. Luke etc 

Bowen vs. Hoppenworth 

Berldey vs. Levinson 

Royal vs. Miller 

Bramblett vs. Ganz 

Stalvey vs. Dail and Motor Convoy, Inc 

Cauwenberghs vs. Dail and Motor Convoy, Inc. 
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. vs. 

Landrum 

Brick vs. Green and LeFevers 

Niemeyer vs. Carolina Freight Carriers Corp. 

and Brown 

Stott vs. DeFoor 



Broward . . . . 

Monroe 

Dade (U.S.) . 

Duval 

Duval 



Dade 

Dade 

Osceola. . . 
St. Johns. 
Putnam . . 
Okaloosa. 



Volusia 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Volusia 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Jackson 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Broward . . . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Marion 

Duval 

Dade 

Marion 

Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Orange 

Leon 

Sarasota. . . . 
Sarasota . . . . 



Duval . . . . 
Escambia. 



Palm Beach. 
Leon 



May 

May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 

June 
June 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 283 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Edwards etc. vs. Hill Dredging Corporation 

Cooper vs. McGinnis 

Scott vs. Byrd and Schaffer 

Goldstein vs. Mignogna 

Arscott etc. vs. Lamb etc 

Sullivan etc. vs. Roberts etc , 

Universal C.LT. Credit Corp vs. Daughtry 

Lumber Co. etc 

Saling vs. Wakenigg 

Jaber vs. Kercher 

Richards etc. vs. Oswald 

Johnson vs. Alberto Mueller Mascarenas, et al. . . . 

Pericello etc. vs. Miami Transit Company etc 

Deal vs. Taylor etc 

Little etc. vs. Shadow etc 

Rogers vs. Verfaillie 

Brown & Grist, Inc. vs. Barnhart Construction Co 

Long vs. McQuilton and Schatz 

Big W Farms Packing House, Inc. vs. Bluestein. . 

Samuels vs. Compania Naviera "Estrelia De 
Plata" S.A. Panama 

Sirmons Supply Company, Inc. vs. Dixie Paint 
& Varnish Company, Inc 

Seaman vs. Wooden 

Jacobs vs. Kindy 

Hall, Jr. vs. Schaefer etc 

Shank vs. Tataron etc 

Hollon etc. vs. McGee Produce Co. etc 

May vs. Agamennone, etc 

Schwartz etc. vs. Donovan 

Wheeler vs. Opelc, Jr., etc 

Dotschay vs. National Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany of District of Columbia 

Powell vs. Green, Jr 

Gaiser etc, vs. Raines 

Gunderson vs. Lasseville 

Ziegler etc. vs. Kirby etc 

Creighton vs. General Services Corporation 

Goldhann vs. Harrell 

Bartholomen, Jr. vs. Andover Corporation etc.. . . 

Fertilizer etc. vs. Foster 

Roberts vs. Pershing Auto Rentals, etc 

Crawford vs. Gold 

Dewberry vs. Gold 

Perkins vs. Gillam 

Harris, etc. vs. Miller 

Wilhoit, etc. vs. Touchette 

Milligan vs. Ford 

Curry's Auto Rental, Inc. vs. Barrios 

Hammond, etc. vs. Byrd, etc 

Bookmyer vs. Neilson 

Wells vs. Rolland, etc 

Foley vs. Rolland, etc 

Cash vs. Shaffer 



Duval 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Martin 

Dade (U.S.). 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



Dade (U.S.). 

Dade 

Duval 

Marion 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Calhoun .... 

Dade 

Citrus 

Duval 

St. Johns . . . 
Dade 



Dade (U.S.). 



Pinellas 

Polk 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough. 
Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Dade 

Osceola 



Dade 

Duval 

Polk 

Dade 

Marion 

Dade 

Bay 

Lee 

Palm Beach. , 

Dade 

Brevard 

Brevard 

Alachua 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota 

Duval (U.S.) . 
Duval (U.S.). 
Duval 



5, 1958 
5, 1958 
5, 1958 
5, 1958 

5, 1958 

6, 1958 



June 


6 


1958 


June 


6 


1958 


June 


6 


1958 


June 


6 


1958 


June 


6 


1958 


June 


6 


1958 


June 


9 


1958 


June 


9 


1958 


June 


9 


1958 


June 


9 


1958 


June 


11, 


1958 


June 


11, 


1958 


June 


12, 


1958 


June 


12, 


1958 


June 


13, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


16, 


1958 


June 


17, 


1958 


June 


17, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


18, 


1958 


June 


19, 


1958 



284 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Williams, etc. vs. Walden, Sr 

Ferguson vs. O'Neil, etc 

Barnette, etc. vs. Dion 

Hogan, etc. vs. Bel-Air Conditioning Company, 

Inc., etc 

E. & E. Electric Co., Inc. vs. Gold Coast 

72nd Street Diner, Inc., etc 

Rescue-Incorporated vs. Martin 

Schuyler vs. Boot 

Foster vs. Worrell, Jr 

Stubbs vs. Griggs, etc 

Dryden, etc. vs. Monk 

Cannon vs. Longer 

Douglas vs. Meadows 

Rizzo vs. Zeri-enner 

Barnette vs. Georgia-Tennessee Produce Co 

Tobleske vs. Billings 

Hogan vs. Farmer d/b/a Hardee Livestock Market 

and Milton Bracken, etc 

Lambrecht vs. Billings 

Freeman vs. Jones and McCorkle 

Carroll vs. Wofle and Hunter 

Geek vs. Navarro 

American Universal Insurance Co. vs. Wagner. . . . 

Snyder vs. Arrington 

Harver vs. Bowen 

Bailey vs. Thompson 

Elsea vs. Bruno, et al 

Hensley vs. .\llison et al 

Stein vs. Richter 

Lefkowitz vs. Richter 

Parkinson vs. Springer 

Boe vs. Springer 

Veerman, etc. vs. Springer 

Polanko vs. Johnston and Keyes Company 

Logan vs. Kerns and Kerns Industrial Corp 

Frank, etc. vs. Leone 

Van Duyne vs. Pershing Auto Rentals, Inc., etc . . 

El Comodoro, Inc. vs. Ivnight, etc 

Russell vs. Hurdt, etc 

Potter, etc. vs. Berger, etc 

Kramer vs. Fogaracci, etc 

Englehart, etc. vs. Bartmess 

Slaughter vs. Crenshaw, et al 

Hampton vs. Peirce, et al 

May vs. Agamennone, etc 

McElhiney, etc. vs. Laughter 

Guskind vs. Moskowitz, etc 

McDaniels vs. Bresnen, etc 

Case vs. Bresnen, etc 

McNamarra, etc. vs. Duffy Mott Company, etc.. . 

Davis, etc. vs. Vierow 

Moran, etc. vs. Coutures Motor Corporation, etc. 
Trent vs. Sullivan 



County frotii 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Leon (U.S.)... 
Palm Beach. . . 
Hillsborough . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Pahn Beach.. . 

Dade 

Broward 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.)... 
Dade (U.S.)... 
Dade (U.S.) . . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Sumter 

Leon 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Palm Beach . . . 



June 
June 
June 

June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 285 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Shepard vs. Bellamy 

Case vs. Bresnen, etc 

Boring vs. Bresnen, etc 

Clement vs. Baldwin 

Anderson, etc. vs. Gardner, etc 

Anderson, etc. vs. Gardner and Markoske, Jr. . 

Burnsed, etc. vs. Lee, etc 

Probyn, etc. vs. Johnson 

Greenman vs. Allied Van Lines, Inc., etc 

Bennett, etc. vs. Brown Wood Preserving 

Company, etc 

Spach, etc. vs. Southern Indemnity Co., etc.. . 

Robinson vs. Cross, et al 

Stanford, etc. vs. Cross, etc 

Northern vs. Cross, etc 

Barnett, etc. vs. Carpenter 

Arthur, etc. vs. Flake 

Brenner, etc. vs. Gillis 

Smith vs. Kelly, etc 

Johnston vs. Boldireff 

Wargin, etc. vs. Bareman 

Lettie W. Neal, etc. and Dixon vs. Peninsular 

National Bank, etc 

Coons vs. McCurdy, etc 

Powers vs. Poorman, etc 

Laughlin, etc. vs. Long 

Garman vs. Cooper, etc 

Riley vs. Knight Aircraft Copy, Inc., etc 

Slaton vs. Hendley, etc 

Tuell vs. Presley, etc 

Tumin, etc. vs. Valentour 

Wallace, etc. vs. Oversby 

Comfort Cushion Co. vs. Heavlin, etc 

Steinbach, etc. vs. Executive Auto Leasing Co, 

Warren vs. Alexander, etc 

Askew vs. Hardie Manufacturing Company. . . 

Cocks vs. Burch 

Moss, etc. vs. Kazmier, etc 

Rosser vs. Thorn 

Clayton, etc. vs. Hervert, etc 

Weiss vs. Hundley 

Chaitman, etc. vs. Thies, etc 

Tepper vs. Mason 

Repper, etc. vs. Kiplinger 

Daniels, etc. vs. Rabb 

Adams vs. Rabb 

Jahn vs. Barber 

Shannon vs. Barber 

Lacobucci vs. World Wide Rent A Car, Inc . . . 

Richmond vs. Quarles 

Knue vs. Westfall, etc 

Zippro vs. Watson, Pepsi Cola Bottling 

Co., and Arundel 

East, III, etc. vs. Stagaard, etc 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Orange 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Dade (U.S.). 
Duval (U.S.) 
Duval (U.S.) 
Duval (U.S.) 
Escambia. . . 
Orange 

Broward. . . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 
Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade (U.S.). 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.). 
Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

Leon 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Hillsborough 

Volusia 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.). 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Volusia 

Dade 



June 
June 
June 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 



286 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Collier, Jr., etc. vs. Kehl, etc 

Towne, etc. vs. Saddlemire, etc 

Foulk, etc. vs. Austin 

Cobb, etc. vs. Echols, etc 

McAvoy vs. Bee Lee, Inc., etc 

Vendervoort vs. Morse Auto Rentals, Inc., etc.. . . 

Novick, etc. vs. Slaughter, etc 

Astel vs. Bajurny 

Levison, etc. vs. Sandman, etc 

Rouzie vs. Gerbron, etc 

Leadmon vs. Pope 

Beckler, etc. vs. Rappeport 

Rigby, etc. vs. Hill, etc 

Leon vs. Mitchell 

Weepie, etc. vs. Baron 

Satchell vs. Bartlett 

Permacrete, Inc. vs. Scott and Hudson d/b/a 

E. A. Scott & Sons 

Finkel vs. Battles 

Johnson vs. Gulf Florida Terminal Co. and 

Goodman 

Balatinacz vs. Story Corporation of Alabama 

and Lowe 

Argo vs. Tennessee Gas Transmissions Co 

Popover, etc. vs. Malakoff 

Chastain vs. McMahon, Puleo and Atlantic 

Coast R.R. Co 

Harris vs. Miller 

American T'niversal Insurance Co. vs. Wagner 

Valdes vs. Sosobee 

M. Raulerson vs. Carroll 

R. Raulerson vs. Carroll 

Braddock vs. Donny 

Braddock vs. Allegheny Asphalt & Paving Co., Inc 
Kerby vs. Frank Case and Mid-State Auto Co., Inc, 

Cohen vs. Bowen 

Wolf vs. South Florida Auto Rentals and Klein. . . 

Wheeler, etc. vs. Roberts 

Zack Co. d/b/a Miami Roofing & Sheet Metal vs. 

Miami Beach Latin Quarter Cafe, and 

Loew Inc., 

Blumberg vs. Reiseman 

Sergent vs. Jensen and Fritschler 

Bohr vs. Sharlow, etc 

Little vs. Sharlow 

Dowerdt d/b/a Han's Service Sta. vs. All State 

Contracting and Supply Corp., etc 

Hancheck vs. Pearce 

Miami Transit Co. vs. Paul Pajich 

Ada Petillo a/k/a "Zorita" vs. Dell Publishing 

Co., Inc., etc 

Davis vs. Johnson 

Scott and Robinson vs. Rebozo, et al 

Martin, etc. vs. Pagdin and Brown 




Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hamilton ... 
Palm Beach. 



Volusia. 
Dade . . . 



Hillsborough . 



Hillsborough 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . 
Broward 



Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Palm Beach . . 
Palm Beach. , 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Pinellas 



Dade 

Dade (U.S.) , 

Manatee 

Dade 

Dade 



St. Johns . . . . 
Indian River. 
Dade 



Dade (U.S.) . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 

July 

July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 287 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Schooley vs. Johnson 

Major Corp. d/b/a Balmoral Hotel vs. Brown. . . 

Foster vs. Glass 

i'ayne, etc. vs. Selvidio 

Mande vs. Leftwich 

Walter vs. Snyder 

Harter, etc. vs. Brown 

Hendry vs. Columbia Wholesale Florists, Inc. . . . 

Williams vs. Meyers 

Odom vs. Wagner 

Hurte vs. Lane 

Bramblett vs. Ganz 

Bell vs. J. W. Porter, Hayes Freight Lines, Inc., 

etc 

Rigby vs. Hill 

Holwell vs. Feinberg, Lewengood and W. B. 

Foundations, Inc 

Kalmanson vs. Wagner 

Woody vs. Logue, Manning and Musto 

Lauderdale Realty, Inc. vs. Melvin, Woolard, etc 

Fisher vs. Henderson 

Alfred Kubies Western Corp. vs. Distribuidora 

Sanpere C.A 

Hollenbach vs. Tanner and Halbrook 

Hughes vs. Hoover and The Hertz Corporation . . 

Sullivan vs. Roberts and Lusink 

Womack vs. Ludwig 

Robinson vs. Bias 

Wiegand vs. Anderson, etc 

Ward, etc. vs. Isle 

Abelson, etc. vs. Means 

Feder, etc. vs. Carter Products, Inc., etc 

Whitfield vs. Ingalls 

Donnelly vs. Blair, etc 

Spell vs. Lindblom, etc 

Smith vs. Kelly, etc 

Hopkins vs. Davis 

Towe, etc. vs. Smith, etc 

Carey, etc. vs. McMahon 

Dauwel, etc. vs. Romeo 

Sardella vs. Flock, etc 

Mills vs. Yaegar, etc 

Hauber vs. Stone 

Jackson vs. Young 

Chesser vs. Glasscock, etc 

Tillman, etc. vs. Glasscock, etc 

Thomas, etc. vs. McDowell 

Thomas, etc. vs. McDowell 

Moon vs. Rich 

Davies, etc. vs. Yellow Cab Company, Inc., etc.. 

Carr vs. Holladay 

Harris vs. Holladay 

Carroll vs. Dawson, etc 

Brenner vs. Pfeffer, etc 



Manatee 

Dade 

Broward 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Manatee 

Manatee 

Pinellas 

Wakulla 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Polk 

Dade 

Duval (U.S.) 

Broward 

Dade (U.S.) 

Hillsborough (U.S.) 

Dade 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Dade. 

Volusia 

Dade 

Leon (U.S.) 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua (U.S.).... 

Suwannee 

Indian River 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Duval 

Leon 

Dade (U.S.) 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



28, 1958 
28, 1958 
28, 1958 
28, 1958 
28, 1958 
28, 1958 

28, 1958 

29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 

29, 1958 

30, 1958 
30, 1958 

30, 1958 
30, 1958 

30, 1958 

31, 1958 
31, 1958 

31, 1958 
31, 1958 
31, 1958 
31, 1958 
1, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 

4, 1958 

5, 1958 

6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 

6, 1958 

7, 1958 

7, 1958 

8, 1958 
8, 1958 



288 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Sproul vs. McClellan, etc 

Ashmore, etc. vs. Hess 

Hunter vs. Boston, etc 

Thomas vs. Acme Fast Freight, etc 

Brushwood vs. Pender, etc 

Webb vs. Vandenberg 

Foster vs. Worrell 

Kersey vs. Saddlemire d/b/a Glades Amusement 
Company 

Fassa vs. Welcher 

Fiorentino vs. Welcher 

St. Augustine Transit Co., Inc. vs. Smith 

Price vs. Smith 

Hatch vs. Simmons, etc 

Wimmer vs. Packard Tezile Mills 

Tihonova vs. Packard Tezile Milles 

Potter, etc. vs. Berger, etc 

Herndon, etc. vs. Grieper, etc 

Thompson vs. Hawkins 

Allen vs. Ames 

Lovitts vs. Hood 

Kuhnle vs. Annan and R. Green Annan Devel- 
ment Corp 

Archer vs. Annan, and R. Green Annan Devel- 
opment Corp 

Knobloch vs. Annan and R. Gieen Annan Devel- 
opment Corp 

Marsh vs. Rollins 

1109 N.W. 22nd Street Corp. vs. Central News- 
paper Installations 

Hill York Corporation vs. Goodman 

Hill York Sales Corp. vs. Goodman 

White vs. Maniscalco and Parson 

Abernathy vs. Lunsford 

Goodwin vs. Miller and Pitzer 

Sasser vs. Critzer 

Brioso vs. Player, etc 

Delgado vs. Piper Brunhardt Motors, etc 

Kassal, etc. vs. Rader, etc 

Carrasquillo vs. Nick Allen Motors, Inc., etc 

Waldon, etc. vs. Brown, etc 

Alton vs. Automobile Owners Assn. Insurance Co, 

Ceike vs. Diamond 

Decker vs. Hertz Corporation, etc 

Dicks vs. Booker 

Frank, etc. vs. Leone 

Hatch vs. Simmons, etc 

Stambaugh vs. Bethel, Peterson, Smith, etc 

Akel vs. Schlesinger 

Brown vs. Stuart 

Adams, etc. vs. Clark 

Kolder vs. Smarsley, etc 

Johnson vs. Houston, etc 

Thaggard vs. Brown 



Hillsborough 

Volusia 

Hendry 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Indian River 

Dade 

Dade 

St. Johns 

St. Johns 

Duval (U.S.) 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Duval 

Dixie 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Bay 

Leon 

Lake 

Polk 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . 

Dade 

Dade 

Martin 

Dade 

Dixie 

Brevard 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade (U.S.) 

Duval (U.S.) 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 289 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Shaw Brothers Oil Co. vs. Brooks, Scotten, etc 

Riggle vs. Bansbach, etc 

Gulf States Steel Erectors, Inc. vs. Orleans 

Materials & Equipment Co 

City of Miami, etc. vs. The DeFonce Construc- 
tion Co., Inc 

Hernandez vs. Black 

Glickman vs. Odle 

Weiss vs. Bickford 

Sol Walder & Company vs. Henry and Lloyd .... 

Edwards vs. Ebert, Jr 

Devereux vs. Odle 

Kleinert vs. Limestone Products Corporation 

of America 

Fowler, Jr. vs. Mumford 

John Van Der Eems vs. Miller 

Harnisch vs. Belsky d/b/a Belsky's Department 

Store and Crusader Enterprises 

Billing vs. Crowell 

Garland vs. Gogol 

Golombeck vs. Pratt 

McClendon vs. McClaskey, etc 

Lewis vs. Dean Products, Inc. and Max Raskin. . . 

Briskin vs. Doernbach 

Price vs. Boncimino 

Hoffman, et ux. vs. Williams, et al., and Sappington 

Levine vs. North American Van Lines, Inc 

Sasser vs. Critzer 

I. Thieneman, etc. vs. Cameron, Jr 

R. Thieneman, etc, vs. Cameron, Jr 

Yanno, etc. vs. Thomas 

Thieneman, etc. vs. Cameron, Jr 

Kassal vs. Rader 

Kline vs. Hertz Corp., etc 

Harris vs. Clark 

Murphy vs. Kelley, Red Top Cab, Yellow Cab, 

and Bent 

Abramson vs. Wayner and Preston 

Mann, Emmer, etc. vs. Central Air Conditioning 

Co., Inc., etc 

Grandoff, Jr. vs. Gourlie Music Co. and Magna- 

vox Co 

Thomas vs. Keal Drive- Away Co. and Puckett, Jr. 

Grossman vs. Fernand 

Liberman vs. May 

Nicholas vs. McHenry 

Horowitz vs. Brown Transportation Co., Inc 

Anderson, et al. vs. Miami Transfer Co., Inc., 

et al 

Rainey vs. Dibert 

Lewis & Godwin vs. Bluestein 

Pence vs. Bowen & Mitchell 

Storti vs. Phillips, Sposato, Yeager, et al 

Vernaglia vs. Glad & Glad 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Orange 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Dade 

Putnam 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade , 

Dade , 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Manatee 

Escambia 

Brevard 

Dade 

Dade 



Aug. 
Aug. 



18, 1958 

19, 1958 



Aug. 19, 1958 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



20, 1958 
20, 1958 
20, 1958 
20, 1958 

20, 1958 

21, 1958 
21, 1958 

21, 1958 
21, 1958 
21, 1958 

21, 1958 
21, 1958 
21, 1958 

21, 1958 

22, 1958 
25, 1958 
25, 1958 
25, 1958 
25, 1958 

25, 1958 

26, 1958 

27, 1958 
27, 1958 
27, 1958 
27, 1958 
27, 1958 

27, 1958 

28, 1958 

28, 1958 
28, 1958 



Aug. 28, 1958 



28, 1958 

29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 

4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 
4, 1958 



290 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Zacheo vs. Taussig 

Desero vs. Taussig 

Cox & Cox vs. Fellenstein 

Gewurz & Gewurz vs. Cline 

Callahan vs. Gorlick 

Mead vs. Fisher ' 

Alan vs. Interstate-United Coffee Corporation. . . . 

Montgomery vs. Movo Card Publishers, Inc 

Tindell, etc. vs. Westerhouse 

Carroll vs. Varn and Hagood 

Abrams vs. Varn and Hagood 

Faison vs. Miller Amusement Enterprises, Inc. . . . 

Delehoy vs. Wrigley 

Skyway Motors, Inc. vs. Stone 

Rubin vs. Glad and Glad 

Burke vs. Shank and Adams 

Hale and Hale vs. Adams 

Bavis vs. Phillips 

Lusardi vs. Mankos 

Signore vs. Wolfram 

Eldridge vs. Krine 

Signore and Signore vs. Wolfram 

Anderson vs. Allied Van Lines, Inc., Liberty 

Freight Forwarders, etc 

Jones vs. Jackson, Colbert, Little, Johnson 

d /b/a Harlem Cab 

Tepper vs. Mason 

Reid vs. Melfa & Keys Co., Inc 

Roberson vs. Norman, Starkey and Miami Beach 

Railway Co 

Maurer vs. Martin 

Schwartz vs. Martin 

Hatcher vs. U.S.A.C. Transport, Inc. and 

Blumberg 

Willis and McClendon vs. McNeary and Powell . . 

Fitzgerald vs. Rice and Rice 

Henderson vs. Holland 

Kasserman vs. Holland 

Dores vs. Foremost Dairies, Inc., Mealer, and 

Anderson, et al 

Brown, Andrew, and Andrew vs. Corman 

Browning vs. Jenkins 

Northampton, Inc. vs. Doughty and Doughty. . . . 

Eley vs. Harris 

Wade and Golden vs. Colonial Freight Lines and 

Ellard 

Vernon vs. Kaske and Kaske 

Guffey vs. Straub and Straub 

McKenzie vs. Gaskell 

Smith vs. Rexach 

Rowe vs. Small and Avis Rent A Car System of 

Florida, Inc 

Vatroba vs. Campbell 

Helms vs. Friedman 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough. 

Madison 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Broward 

Hamilton . . . . 

Putnam 

Hillsborough. 

Broward 

Orange 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange (U.S.) 
Orange (U.S.) 

Dade 

Manatee 

Palm Beach.. 
Palm Beach. . 
Palm Beach. . 

Duval (U.S.) . 

Duval 

Putnam 

Broward 

Polk 

Palm Beach. . 

Marion 

Palm Beach. . 
St. Johns. . . . 
Dade 

Manatee 

Dade 

Leon 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 291 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

McCullough vs. Becker 

Kirkland vs. Guerin 

Brown vs. DiMarco 

Lapidus, Kornblath, Harle and O'Hara vs. 

Stoller and McLaney 

Pelletier vs. Stroup 

Ortiz vs. Zaban and Zep Manufacturing Co 

Ividinski vs. Jones and Kowalski 

Iglesias vs. Fisher and Lasky 

Morgan vs. Henderson and Couture Rent A Car 

Co 

Royal vs. Miller, etc 

Royal Fish Co. vs. Miller, etc 

Garrison vs. Pace and Wheless 

Finder vs. Giuffra 

Finder, Sr. vs. Giuffra 

Watson, etc. vs. Boyle 

Miles, etc. vs. Wynne 

Rudorfer, etc. vs. Dorn, etc 

Valley Steel Products Co. vs. Mercure Steel Corp. 
Universal Manufacturing Corp. vs. Lite-Mor 

Electric Manufacturing 

Beinhoff vs. Bowers, Carlotta Properties, 

Marraro, etc 

Lauderdale Abstract & Title Co. vs. Brock, etc. 

and Cooper 

Fribley vs. Bebe, Inc 

Scurlock vs. Eddings 

Boardman vs. 7-Eleven Stores 

Brown vs. 7-Eleven Stores 

Zaccarello vs. Roux Laboratories, Inc., etc 

Poole vs. Baker 

Rodriguez vs. Anders, etc. and Stadnik, etc 

Lauzon vs. McGuire 

Bransconie vs. Clark and Ezell 

Lipschutz vs. Baxter and Hilbert 

O'Malley vs. Joie Chitwood Thrill Show 

W. W. Bassett, Jr., etc. and North Florida 

Transport vs. Wood 

Tavarone vs. McAfee 

Ryder Truck Rental System vs. Wood 

American National Bank of North Miami vs. 

McEwan 

Grace vs. Ministere De La Marine Marchande 

Societe Maritime Nationale 

Zippro vs. Watson, Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. and 

Arundel 

Stettler vs. Huggins and Norwood, etc 

Mailman vs. Winston 

Romine vs. Williams and Day 

Gladden vs. Garner 

Overton vs. Rice 

Poole vs. Baker 

Bartholomay vs. Montgomery, Cochran, Corbett . 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Duval 

Holmes. . . . 
Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade , 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade. 

Volusia. . . . , 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Broward . . . , 

Broward . . . , 

Leon , 

Bay 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade , 

Jefferson . . . , 

Dade , 

Jefferson. . . , 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Broward. . . . 
Palm Beach 
Palm Beach 
Lee 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 23 
Sept. 23 



23 
23 
23 
25 
25 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 

26 
26 
26 

26 

26 

26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 



292 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Thapp vs. Stowe 

Creasman vs. Kelly 

Pinkerton and Stoopack vs. Betts 

Sills, etc. vs. Short 

Allen vs. Taylor Bodies 

Mellas vs. City of Clearwater and Di Pasca .... 

Riley vs. Knight Aircraft Corp., Knight, Fuller, etc. 

Film Art Corp. vs. Placid- York Co., etc., and 
Davis 

Greenwald vs. Graybar Electric Co. and Clark . . 

Heliopoulos vs. Moore 

Howell vs. Williamson 

Brandle Transportation vs. Herr 

Frank vs. Carpenter, Loeb, & Howley 

Laria and Lazzra vs. C. C. Couch, Southern 
Leasing, Inc., and Clay Hyder Trucking 
Lines, Inc 

Schoenborn vs. Sanborn 

Lively vs. Monda 

Hatch vs. Simmons and Benes 

Tewksbury, etc. vs. McDonougli Power Equip- 
ment, Inc., and Ware Nursery and Garden 
Supplies 

Doyle vs. Johnson 

Frankel, etc. vs. Cornell 

Berwick, etc. vs. Reynolds 

Kaselman vs. Reynolds 

Bruck vs. O'FIaherty 

Hutchins vs. McDermott 

Gilley vs. Hood and Ulmer 

Ryder, etc. vs. Hines, etc 

James vs. Mayone 

Callahan vs. Vlieck d/b/a Ocean View Auto 
Service and Doyle 

Merritt vs. Osborne 

Rolle vs. Bellins, etc 

Hirsch vs. Tycoon Corp. and F. M. O'Brien, Jr.. 

Federal Services Discount Corp. vs. Pond, etc. . . 

Hirsch vs. Sack and Rosenthal 

Ruble vs. Titus 

Jacobs vs. Howard 

California Packing Corp. vs. States Marine Corp. 
of Delaware, Seaboard Air Line Raih-oad Co., 
and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Thurr vs. Swygert and Peterson & Lowe Co 

Roser vs. Curry and Baldwin 

Roberts vs. Datura Auto Sales and Rentals and 
Hadge 

Copeland vs. All State Contracting & Supply 
Corp 

Shuman vs. D. Landreth Seed Co 

Able vs. Hudson and Snyder 

Matthews, etc. vs. OHve M. Matthews, et al 

McCain vs. Townsend 



County from 
Which Received 



Duval 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Orange 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Dade 

Polk 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Suwannee. . . 

Alachua .... 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade . 

Dade 

Broward. . . . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa . . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 

Hillsborough 
Broward .... 
Lake 

Dade 

St. Johns . . . 
Hillsborough 

Orange 

Pinellas 

Duval 



Date 
Received 



Sept. 


26, 


1958 


Sept. 


26, 


1958 


Sept. 


26, 


1958 


Sept. 


26, 


1958 


Sept. 


29, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Sept. 


30, 


1958 


Oct. 


3, 

o 


1958 

1 nco 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 293 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Wells vs. RoUand and Coury d/b/a Hudson 

Street Super Market, et al 

Grenshaw, Jr. vs. Garcia 

Hirsch vs. Hurdle and Holmes 

Allstate Insurance Co. vs. Kimball 

Foley vs. Rolland and Coury d/b/a Hudson 

Street Super Market, e^ al 

Dunay vs. Brudder 

Harrow vs. Hahn 

Malick vs. Nilson and Stackhouse 

Bratcher vs. Ulrey, Koontz and K. & M. Auto 

Sales 

California Packing Corp. vs. S/S Pacific Cloud, etc. 

: vs. States Marine Corp. of Delaware 

National Tile and Manufacturing Co. vs. Stewart 

Tile Co. and Alcoa Steamship Co., Inc 

Futch vs. North Shore Motors and McDonough. . 

Guessetto vs. Lischy and The Hertz Corp 

Bartholomay vs. Montgomery, Cochran, Corbett 

: and Corbett 

Brown vs. Shank and Zender 

Roberts vs. Correa and DeCorrea 

Browning vs. Jenkins 

Bland vs. A. G. Wimpy Co. and Hopper Co., Inc. 
McDaniel d/b/a McDaniel Motors vs. Blondell. . . 
Eakins vs. U.S. Steel Corp., Neff Machinery, and 

Schield Bantam Co 

Tann vs. Nobles 

Tann vs. Nobles 

Kribbs vs. Pruitt and Refrigerated Transport Co. 

Eminisor vs. Ratiff 

Mack vs. Nardella 

Jones vs. Picher, Brickman, Zuckman, Brickman, 

and Brickman 

Smith and McDonald vs. Pickett 

Olin's Airport U-Drive-It and Curry Auto 

Rental vs. Stacy 

Hardee vs. Kaske 

McCullough vs. Martin and Dill 

Hallman vs. Comee 

Zimmerman vs. Dresser and Garfield, Inc 

Resnick vs. Zangora 

Riley vs. Beach Auto Rental Corp. and Payne. . . . 

Connelly vs. Wilshire and Boyer 

Connelly vs. Wilshire and Boyer 

Millman vs. Vehicle Rental, Inc 

Collins vs. The Hertz Corp. and Burke 

Rappe vs. Gershen 

Blanford vs. Nourse and Lambert 

Barnett vs. McVeigh, et al 

Ragan vs. Lavan and Morse Auto Rentals, Inc. . . 

De Soto vs. Sorge and Tress 

Mann vs. Sorge and Tress 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Duval 

Dade 

Orange 

Brevard 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Hillsborough (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Lee 

Dade 

Dade 

Putnam 

Madison 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Citrus 

Volusia 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



Oct. 13 
Oct. 13 



13 
13 
13 

13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 

13 
13 
1? 
14 
15 
15 

15 
15 

16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 

1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 



294 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Niagara Chemical Division, Food Machinery and 

Chemical Corp. vs. Perkins, d/b/a Tropical 

Hydroponic Gardens 

Maloney vs. McMurray & Co. of Miami and 

Dewey-Shepard Boiler Co 

Comerford, et al. vs. Powers and Costanzo 

Gleaton vs. Courtney 

Treadway vs. LcBlanc 

Willis vs. Rucks 

Allen vs. Rucks 

Harbinson and Perry vs. McKinney and Parker . . 

Roberts vs. Correa and DeCorrea 

Dixon vs. Loomis Equipment Co. and Bay State 

Abrasive Products Co 

Lefshutz, as Executor of the Estate of A. M. 

Pickering vs. Pelenz 

Hancheck vs. Pearce 

Podnos vs. Mattern 

Kuhn vs. Mendell and All-State Auto Rental 

Corp 

Weaver vs. Langford d/b/a The Langford Hotel . . 
Sandidge vs. Ladew, Lore, et al., d/b/a William 

H. Ladew Co., and Crosby 

Continental Casualty Co., etc. vs. Manufacturers 

Casualty Insurance Co., etc 

Addis vs. Monnah Park Block Co., Abraham 

Chevrolet Co. and Leo Lurie 

O'Connor vs. Monnah Park Block Co., Abraham 

Chevrolet Co. and Leo Lurie 

Raymond vs. Poorman, etc 

Bessinger p/k/a Bottoml-^y vs. Moore 

Adobe Brick & Supply Co. of Broward County, 

Lie. vs. Gulla and Wayne Builders Supply Co., 

Inc 

Smith vs. Champion 

Wasson vs. Nichols 

King vs. June T., Inc 

Cull, et al. vs. Tschinkel and Micaletti 

Bryant vs. Herring 

Freed vs. Leonardo 

Webb, etc. vs. Beech and Sloan 

Mulock vs. Laughter 

Shell Oil Company vs. Ferree 

McCullough vs. Martin and Dill 

Clizbe ancl Hendry, etc. vs. Brooks, Pope, and 

Poultry Transportation Company 

Delgado vs. Piper and Bernhardt d/b/a Piper 

Bernhardt Motors, and Bairn and Rogers d/b/a 

Cal & Harry's Service Station 

Goldberg vs. Methvin 

Pepper vs. Lettrell, et al 

Kuhn vs. Mendell and All State Auto Rental 

Corp 

Austin vs. Whitton and Donberg 



County from 
Which Received 


Date 
Received 


Dade 


Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


20 1 


Dade 


20 1 


Dade 


20 1 


Broward 


20, 1 


Jackson 


20, 1 


Hamilton 


22, 1 


Hamilton 


22, 1 


Broward 


22, 1 


Dade 


22, 1 


Sarasota 


22, 1 


Pinellas 


23, 1 


Indian River 

Dade 


23, 1 

24. 1 


Dade 


24, 1 


Orange 


24. 1 


Brevard 


24, 1 


Broward 


24, 1 


Dade 


27, 1 


Dade 


27, 1 


Broward 

Broward 


27,1 
28, 1 


Broward 


28, 1 


Dade 


29, 1 


Duval 


29, 1 


Dade (U.S.) 

Dade 


29, 1 
29, 1 


Duval 


29, 1 


Dade 


30, 1 


Dade 


30, 1 


Broward 


30, 1 


Dade 


30, 1 


Volusia 


30, 1 


Hillsborough 

Dade 


1.1 
4, 1 


Dade 


4, 1 


Dade 


4, 1 


Dade 


4, 1 


Dade 


4,1 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 295 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Hoover vs. The Hertz Corp. and Trimble 

Burke vs. Shank and Adams 

Walker vs. McCullough and Dill 

Caldon vs. Linsz, et al 

Cannon vs. Force 

Neville-Thompson vs. Berghausen 

Robb vs. Tallent 

Diamond Industries vs. Sorrelis 

Barnes vs. Owen 

Breese vs. Traynham 

Bankers Life and Casualty Co. vs. Carl Byoir 

& Associates, Inc 

Dibble vs. Jensen and Cresse, a/k/a Ruth Mark 

Jensen 

Powell vs. Linville 

Gagnon vs. Karapasofski 

Abramsky vs. Orris, et al 

Weaver, et al. and Weaver vs. Kittling 

Brauer and Brauer vs. Clemmons 

Harrison vs. Monroe and Monroe 

Williams vs. Wood 

Timmons vs. Payman 

Scofield vs. Moulton Products Co., Inc 

Brown vs. Waco Scaffiblding of Florida, Inc., 

Waco Manufacturing Co., and Republic Steel 

Corp 

Mills, et al. vs. Alterman Transport Lines, Inc., 

Clay Hyder Trucking Lines, Inc., and Yager. . . 
Ollie Mills vs. Alterman Transport Lines, Inc., 

Clay Hyder Trucking Lines, Inc., and Yager. . . 

McGraw, et al. vs. Sorgius and Craig 

Wright vs. Mason 

Keel vs. Clemmts and Fonts 

Lawrence vs. Mignogna 

Mercier vs. Kenosha Auto Transport Corp 

Stanley vs. Bednor, Adamkiewicz, and The Hertz 

Corp 

Gulf Oil Corporation vs. Palmisano 

Toth vs. Fairclough 

Wilson and Rogers vs. John D. Ahern, et al., and 

for Thomas James Ahern 

Gladden vs. Garner 

S. Campbell vs. Greyhound Rent-A-Car, Inc. and 

Brodie 

H. Campbell vs. Brodie and Greyhound Rent-A- 

Car, Inc 

Conway Import Company, Inc. vs. Fan & Bill's 

Inc., of Miami d/b/a Chandler's Fan & Bill's 

Restaurant 

Hoffman vs. Seamon 

Paul Haddad, et al. vs. The Hertz Corp. and 

Burke 

United States of America vs. A.H.S. Corp., A. H. 

Sobel, P. Sobel, B. T. Roth, and T. Pillion 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Broward .... 
Broward. . . . 

Volusia 

Duval 

Duval 

St. Johns. . . 

Orange 

Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade (U.S.). 

Dade (U.S.). 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Dade 

Pinellas 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.). 

Dade (U.S.). 

Dade (U.S.). 



Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 
6, 1958 



Nov. 7, 1958 



7, 1958 

7, 1958 

7, 1958 

7, 1958 

7, 1958 

7, 1958 

10, 1958 

10, 1958 

10, 1958 

10, 1958 



Nov. 10, 1958 
Nov. 10, 1958 



10, 1958 
10, 1958 
10, 1958 
10, 1958 
10, 1958 
10, 1958 

10, 1958 
12, 1958 
12, 1958 

12, 1958 
12, 1958 

12, 1958 

12, 1958 

12, 1958 
12, 1958 

12, 1958 

12, 1958 



296 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Stjjle of Case 

Johnson vs. Four-Pac Oil & Chemical Corp 

O. Gilbert d/b/a Gilbert Motors vs. Sanford 

Rosenau vs. Montgomery 

Bells vs. Evans, Hertz U-Drive-It of Illinois, and 
The Mosler Safe Co., Inc 

Childre vs. Brock and L. & A. Contracting Co. . . . 

Valley Steel Products Co. vs. Mercure Steel Corp . 

Bernard E. Parks and Associates, Inc., vs. Pres- 
tyle Manufacturing Co., etc 

Criswell vs. Dr. B. B. Wynne 

E. E. Ring vs. Dr. B. B. Wynne 

D. M. Criswell vs. Dr. B. B. Wynne 

Wallace vs. Erol 

General Electric Co. vs. Lite-Mor Electrical Man- 
ufacturing Corporation 

Stark vs. Youngentob 

Posnick vs. Twin City Transit Co., Lamert, Prob- 
er and Mabel 

Phyllis Bakken, et al. vs. Hinckley 

Sharon Cheatle, a minor, etc. vs. Enck, et al 

West vs. Cundiff 

Burleson vs. Lane, et vir 

Higginbotham Company vs. C. M. Vollbrecht 
Associates 

Bottemer vs. DeMichiel 

Davis Distributing Co. of Durham, Inc., vs. 
Tedeseo 

Russell vs. Gilliland 

Trocea vs. Theodore 

Tewksbury vs. McDonough Power Equipment, 
Inc., and E. F. Ware d/b/a Ware Nursery and 
Garden Supplies 

Hepler vs. Kalilec 

McClain vs. Morrissey and Digenan 

Swacker vs. Denman 

Lenora Keefer, et al. vs. Denman 

Mary Keefer, et al. vs. Denman 

Berman and Berman vs. Spangler 

Poitier vs. Marcus 

Transport Rental Sj'stem vs. Middleton 

Janet Richards, et al. vs. Dunn and Labhart 

Ocasio, et al. vs. Dunn and Labhart 

Coon vs. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Food 
Fair Stores of Miami, Inc 

Coon vs. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Food 
Fair Stores of Miami, Inc 

Schaecter vs. FuUview of Texas, Inc., and 

Pacific Bold Corporation 

Malick, et al. vs. R. D. Nilson and Stackhouse . . . 

V. Turner, Administrator of the estate of Artis 
Green, deceased, vs. Capital Truck Rentals . . . . 

Olin's, Inc., et al. vs. Dr. J. J. Gilbert 

Terri London, et al. vs. Harvey Breeding Drug 
Company, Inc. and The Nun Specialty Co 



County from 
Which Received 



Duval 

Broward 

Lake 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Orange 

Duval 

Duval 

Duvnl 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade. 

Volusia 

St. Lucie 

Hillsborough 

Broward 

Broward 

Volusia 

Duval 

Dade 

Alachua 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Broward 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.).. 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . . 
Dade 

Broward 



Date 
Received 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 297 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

R. E. Stafford, et al. vs. Roberts 

Mendelsohn vs. Charlotte County Land and 

Title Co., et al 

Robins vs. Winthrop H. Smith, et al., d/b/a 

Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane 

Marcis Olson, a minor, by and through Belle 

Olson vs. Adkins 

Bell Olson vs. Adkins 

Johnson and Johnson vs. Tucker and Dittbenner . 
Forlaw vs. S.A.C.S. Fleming Administratrix for 

the estate of M. B. Alford, and T. J. Kelley. . . . 

Fletcher vs. Massengill 

Stevens and Stevens vs. Hotten 

Reid and Woodward vs. Smith 

Benenfeld and Benenfeld vs. Universal U-Drive- 

It Co. and J. E. Considine 

Eley vs. L. V. Harris a/k/a Larry V. Harrison, Jr. 

Allen vs. Warwick 

Norman vs. Zoller and Konner Rentals Corp 

Bruffy vs. Austin and Taxi Cabs of Tampa, Inc.. . 
Merrill, etc. vs. Charles Adams, d/b/a Adams 

Construction Companj^ 

Popover vs. Malakoff 

M. C. Root, etc. vs. Stafford 

S. Root, etc. vs. Stafford 

Campbell vs. Williamson and Williams, d/b/a 

Highpoint Mobile Homes, and United States 

Fidelity and Guaranty Company 

Kirkland vs. Zwak 

Creer vs. Darlington 

Knowles vs. White and Smith 

Mixon vs. Owen 

Smith vs. Harper 

Fears vs. Harper 

Jonas vs. Kuppers, Inc., and Revco, Inc 

Marks and Marks vs. Kuppers, Inc., and 

Revco, Inc 

Gould vs. Merlin U-Drive-It Co. and Benanti. . . . 
Coscarelli vs. Merlin U-Drive-It Co. and Benanti . 
Padula vs. Merlin U-Drive-It Co. and Benanti . . . 
Tropical Photo Service, Inc., for Public Service 

Mutual Insurance Co. vs. Bogen 

B. L. Johnson vs. Bryan, etc 

D. L. Johnson vs. Bryan, etc 

Arnold vs. Eakins 

Smith vs. United Van Lines, Inc 

Bissell vs. Unicorn Books, Inc 

Blauvelt vs. Swingle Diners, Inc 

Bramble Transportation, Inc. vs. Herr 

The City of Miami, for Griffen Industries, Inc. vs. 

The DeFonce Construction Co., Inc., J. B. 

Cooper, and Manufacturers Casualtj^ Insur- 

■ ance Company 

Monell vs. Betzold 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Dade 

Charlotte 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Citrus 

Brevard 

Palm Beach 

Broward 

Dade 

Polk 

Polk 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Escambia 

Broward 

Marion 

Marion 

Escambia 

Hillsborough 

Pinellas 

Brevard 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Taylor 

Taylor 

Leon 

Dade 

Hillsborough (U.S.) . 

Pinellas 

Palm Beach 

Dade 

Orange 



Nov. 26, 1958 



Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
I>c. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



1958 

1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 



1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 



8, 1958 
8, 1958 



298 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Davis vs. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Com- 
pany, Mydland and Burning 

Guly, et al. vs. Cruz and Lopez 

Mansfield vs. Griffin 

Grossman vs. Fernand 

Miller vs. Kaluzna 

Dixon vs. Lomis Equipment Co., Inc., and Bay 

State Abrasive Products Co 

Hess, et al. vs. Steele 

Berardino, et al. vs. Harang and Four Wheels, 

Inc 

Hardy vs. Buckley 

Fowler vs. Mumford, et al 

Riggle vs. Bansbach, et al., Laird, McDonough 

d/b/a Bansbach Machinery Company 

Rogers vs. Verfaillie 

Hadley vs. The Bartke's, Inc., and Lawson 

Aviation Supply Corporation of Florida vs. 

Lane d/b/a Beverly Hills Transfer & Storage 

Co. and Casselman 

Howard, et al. vs. Bicker 

Coon vs. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Food 

Fair Stores of Miami, Inc 

Shell Oil Co vs. J. E. Ferree 

Elwood vs. Fullerton and Harrell 

Calvin a/k/a Blalock vs. Thorpe and Bradley 

Miller vs. Gonzalez, The Hertz Corporation, and 

Couture Rent-A-Car Corporation 

Bramble Transportation, Inc. vs. Herr 

Yacovino vs. Oliver 

Townsend vs. Bornstein 

Forsyth vs. Beeckler 

Robert Yanno and DiVilio vs. Thomas 

Sullivan vs. Thibeau and The Hertz Corporation 

Mays vs. Clark 

Ollie Mills vs. Alterman Transport Lines, Inc., 

and Clay Hyder Trucking Lines, Inc 

Schraedel vs. Silagy 

Winand vs. Redwing Carriers, Inc., Haulsmore, 

Inc., and Sutherland 

Krupa vs. Jones, Clark, and Claremont Tube 

Corp 

Frank vs. Leone 

Hancock vs. McCook, Willis, and Willis 

Lumber Co 

Weksler vs. Schwartz 

National Exterminators, Inc. vs. Kvedar 

Sullivan vs. Roberts and Lusink 

Potamkin vs. The Hertz Corporation, Bonner, 

and Neylon 

Cowart vs. Daughtry Lumber Co., Inc. and 

Skipper 

Ely vs. Harris, a/k/a Larry V. Harrison, Jr 

Haxby vs. Colton 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Okaloosa. . . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . . 
Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.). 

Dade (U.S.). 

Citrus 

Pinellas 

Hillsborough 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

St. Johns . . . 
Dade (U.S.). 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade (U.S.) . 

Dade (U.S.). 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 299 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Grooms vs. Holland 

Holmes vs. Kane 

Thelma Twine vs. Essers a/k/a Flash O'Ferrall . . . 

Boutwell, Bennett, Viita, et al. vs. Malbis 

Bakery Corp 

Exchange Distributing Co., Inc. vs. Bailej% et al., 
and Bailey Produce Company 

Anhalt vs. Hollywood Bus Lines, Inc., Osier, and 
Smith 

Boone vs. Richey 

James I. Stearns vs. Dorothy Stearns, et al 

Kowalski, et al. d/b/a Joe's Truck Stop vs. Red 
Van Lines of Boston, Inc 

A. Elsperman vs. Miller 

E. D. Elsperman vs. Miller 

Horton vs. Baker 

Springer vs. Saunders, et al., and Stentz, et al. . . . 

Watson vs. Cannon 

Dobrowolski vs. Cannon 

Cooper vs. American Fidelity and Casualty 

Co., Inc 

Poirier, Jr. vs. Brust 

Mary F. Poirer vs. Brust 

Perme vs. Morgan and Whiddon 

Harnisch vs. Belsky d/b/a Belskj^'s Department 
Store, et al 

Kennej^ vs. Lotto 

Morefield, et al., vs. Wright d/b/a Wright 
Realty Company, and Gilbert System Hotels, 
Inc 

Hale vs. Adams 

U.S. Discount Corp. vs. Alfred E. Weston, d/b/a 
Millers Television Center and Commercial Bank 
at Daj^tona Beach, and First Atlantic National 
Bank 

Grimes vs. Hereford 

Charmak vs. Bernstein 

Weatherhold vs. Downey and Slaysman 

Yarbrough vs. Scott 

Moss vs. Crowley 

Schubert vs. Jedray 

Griffey vs. Venetian Sedan Service, Inc., Grey- 
hound Rent-A-Car, Inc., and Brung 

Ghersin vs. Possi 

Graziand vs. Mills 

Muldon Auto Leasing Service, Inc. vs. Ford 

Tharin vs. Stinson 



County from 
Which Received 



Duval 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Broward 

Bay 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Volusia 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Dade a^-S.) 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Escambia 

Brevard 

Palm Beach 

Pinellas 

Hamilton 

Volusia 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Dade 

Washington 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Santa Rosa (U.S.) 

Escambia 

Duval 



Date 

Received 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



Dec. 22 
Dec. 22 



22 
22 
22 

22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 

22 
24 

24 
29 

29 
29 



1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 

1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 
1958 
1958 

1958 
1958 



1958 
1958 



29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 
29, 1958 

29, 1958 
29, 1958 

29, 1958 

30, 1958 

31, 1958 



300 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

REQUISITIONS 



During the years 1957 and 1958 the State of Florida made Requisitions on other States, 
the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, The District of Columbia, Hawaii, and the Unitecl 
States Navy, for fugitives from justice, as follows: 



Alabama 33 

Arizona 2 

California 38 

Colorado 2 

Cummonwealth of Puerto Rico 1 

Connecticut 2 

District of Columbia 2 

Georgia 37 

Hawaii 1 

Idaho 1 

Illinois 12 

Indiana 11 

Iowa 2 

Kansas 3 

Kentucky 5 

Louisiana 7 

Maine 1 

Maryland 3 

Massachusetts 11 

Michigan 19 

Minnesota 1 



Mississippi 1 i 

Missouri 7 

Montana 2 

Nevada 1 

New Jersey 15 

New Mexico 1 

New York 29 

North Carolina 10 

Ohio 24 

Oklahoma 3 

Pennsylvania 14 

Rhode Island 2 

South Carolina 7 

Tennessee 14 

Texas 20 

ITnited States Navy 1 

Virginia 11 

Washington 2 

West Virginia 3 

Wisconsin 4 



During the years 


1957 


and 1958 the following States made Requisitions 


on the State of 


Florida for fugitives from justice. 


as follows: 






Alabama 






34 


Montana 


.1 


Arizona 






1 


Nebraska 


3 


Arkansas 






2 


Nevada 


2 


California 






SO 


New Hampshire 


2 


Colorado 






7 


New Jersey 


17 


Connecticut 






1 


New Mexico 


1 


Delaware 






3 


New York 


19 


Georgia 






86 


North Carolina 


37 


Idaho 






1 


Ohio 


36 


Illinois 






31 


Oklahoma 


3 


Indiana 






14 


Pennsylvania 


14 


Iowa 






2 


South Carolina 


23 


Kansas 






5 


Tennessee 


15 


Kentucky 






6 


Texas 


18 


Louisiana 






3 


Utah 


1 


Maryland 






7 


Virginia 


51 


Massachusetts 






8 


Washington 


3 


Michigan 






20 


West Virginia 


8 


Minnesota 






1 


Wisconsin 


7 


Mississippi 






2 


Wyoming 


1 


Missouri 






2 







DEATH WARRANTS — 1957-1958 



Joseph Lester Ezzell Electrocuted January 21, 1957 

William O. Raulerson Electrocuted July 15, 1957 

Roosevelt Rhone Electrocuted September 30, 1957 

George Lowell Everett Death Warrant revoked November 14, 1957 

Bozzie Nelson Electrocuted May 26, 1958 

George Lowell Everett Electrocuted June 13, 1958 

Harry Frank Long Electrocuted September 29, 1958 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



REGISTERED VOTERS 
PRIMARIES AND GENERAL ELECTION— 1958 



COUNTT 



Democrats 



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Republican 



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Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford .... 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte .... 

Citrus 

Clay 

CoUifr 

Columbia. . . . 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia .... 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

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Hamilton. . . . 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

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Hillsborough. 

Holmes 

Indian River. 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 



12,993 

3,421 

18,704 

4,499 

14,780 

59,410 

4,031 

3,601 

3,421 

5,150 

3,585 

5,199 

294,012 

3,911 

1,942 

100,370 

50,455 

1,475 

2,864 

6,273 

1,666 

733 

3,221 

3,781 

4,181 

2,312 

3,115 

8,231 

96,002 

6,670 

5,520 

9,381 

3,028 

1,898 

14,261 

12,524 

14,711 



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397 

1,888 
758 

1,538 

6,596 

265 

235 

334 

890 

323 

865 

17,727 

891 

67 

24,626 

7,740 

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144 

455 

506 

279 

554 

486 

899 

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136 
493 

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155 

252 

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51 

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84 

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1,501 

57 

33 

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13 

24 

122 

27 

133 

691 

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28 

1,188 

59 

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1,835 

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OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



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REGISTERED VOTERS 
PRIMARIES AND GENERAL ELECTION — 1958 — (Continued) 



County 



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White 



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Republican 



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Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe. . . . 
Nassau .... 
Okaloosa . . . 
Okeechobee. 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. 

Pasco 

Pinellas .... 

Polk 

Putnam .... 
St. Johns . . . 
St. Lucie. . . 
So nta Rosa . 
Sarasota. . . . 
Seminole . . . 

Sumter 

Suwannee. . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla.... 

Walton 

Washington . 



Total . 



5,035 

1,701 

3,601 

13,205 

11,620 

4,876 

9,693 

4,992 

14,984 

2,138 

45,637 

6,030 

52,688 

10,850 

72,497 

50,038 

10,648 

9,909 

9,865 

10,227 

10,685 

8,483 

4,115 

5,281 

4,451 

2,592 

36,195 

2,587 

5,390 

5,517 



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2,834 

603 

1,632 

1,243 

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360 

2,772 

322 

5,849 

653 

3,771 

5,233 

1,552 

1,997 

1,832 

733 

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1,507 

526 

339 

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398 

574 

163 

49 

337 

9 

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1,072 

14,321 

2,247 

61,726 

5,723 

331 

696 

1,314 

163 

10,230 

1,046 

101 

31 

32 

6 

7,155 

14 

89 

47 



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124 

170 

12 

16 

20 

8 

7 

374 

32 

442 

17 

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366 

269 

173 

61 

16 

155 

74 

48 

58 



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14 

9 

10 



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295 
57 



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12 

138 



500 
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532 

124 
3,461 

370 
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62 
94 
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336 

136 

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18 

19 

2 

245 

12 

11 

6 



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Grand Total . 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 



Pursuant to the provisions of Section 99.041, Florida Election Code the following can- 
didates were nominated without opposition: 



DEMOCRATS 



Representative in Congress, First District — Winton H. (Win) King 
Representative in Congress, Second District — Charles E. Bennett 
Representative in Congress, Third District — Bob Sikes 
Representative in Congress, Fourth District — Dante B. Fascell 
Representative in Congress, Fifth District — A. Sydney Herlong, Jr. 
Representative in Congress, Sixth District — Paul G. Rogers 
Representative in Congress, Seventh District — James A. Haley 
Representative in Congress, Eighth District — D. R. (Billy) Matthews 
Justice, Supreme Court, Group One — B. K. Roberts 
Justice, Supreme Court, Group Two — E. Harris Drew 

Judge, District Court of Appeal, First Appellate District— John T. Wigginton 
Judge, District Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District — -William P. Allen 
Judge, District Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District — Tillman Pearson 
Circuit Judge, Second Judicial Circuit — Ben C. Willis 

Fifth Judicial Circuit, Group One — D. R. Smith 
Fifth Judicial Circuit, Group Two— Carroll T. Fussell 
Sixth Judicial Circuit, Group Two — Jack F. White 
Seventh Judicial Circuit — Thomas N. Tappy 
Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group One— John M. McCarty 
Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group Two — Roger A. Barker 
Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group Three — ^W. A. Pattishall 
Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group Four — D. C. Smith 
Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group Five^ — Volie A. Williams, Jr. 
Tenth Judicial Circuit, Group One — Gunter Stephenson 
Eleventh Judicial Circuit — John J. Kehoe 
Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Group One— John D. Justice 
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — James S. Moody 
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Group One — Culver Smith 
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Group Two — Richard M. Sauls 
Sixth Senatorial District — -Dewey M. Johnson 
Twenty-Sixth Senatorial District— B. C. (Bill) Pearce 
Twenty-Eighth Senatorial District — E. William Gautier 
Thirty-Second Senatorial District — J. Emory (Red) Cross 
Thirty-Sixth Senatorial District— Ed H. Price, Jr. 
House of Representatives, Alachua County, Group One — -Ralph D. Turlington 
House of Representatives, Alachua County, Group Two — Osee R. Fagan 
House of Representatives, Bradford County — Doyle E. Conner 
House of Representatives, Broward County, Group Two — A. J. Ryan, Jr. 
House of Representatives, Dade County, Group Three — ^W. C. Herrell 
House of Representatives, Flagler County — ^W. L. Wadsworth 
House of Representatives, Gadsden County, Group One — W. M. Inman 
House of Representatives, Gadsden County, Group Two — -C. Fred Arrington 
House of Representatives, Gilchrist County — H. E. Lancaster 
House of Representatives, Glades County — ^Joe H. Peeples, Jr. 



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Circuit Judge 
Circuit Judge 
Circuit Judge 
Circuit Judge 
Circuit Judge 
Circuit Judge 
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State Senator, 
State Senator 
State Senator, 
State Senator, 



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House of Representatives, Hamilton Countj^ — J. W. McAIpin 

House of Representatives, Hardee County — G. W. (Dick) Williams 

House of Representatives, Hernando County— John L. Ayers 

House of Representatives, Indian River County — L. B. "Buck" Vocelle 

House of Representatives, Jackson County, Group One — J. Troy Peacock 

House of Representatives, Lake County, Group One — Welborn Daniel 

House of Representatives, Leon County, Group One — Mallorj^ E. Home 

House of Representatives, Leon County, Group Two — Richard O. (Dick) Mitchell 

House of Representatives, Levy County — Frank Marshburn 

House of Representatives, Madison County — Otis R. Peavy 

House of Representatives, Marion County, Group One — William G. O'Neill 

House of Representatives, Martin Count}' — W. R. Scott 

House of Representatives, Orange County, Group Two — Jack C. Inman 

House of Representatives, Osceola County — J. J. Griffin, Jr. 

House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, Group One — Ralph J. Blank, Jr. 

House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, Group Two — Emmett S. Roberts 

House of Representatives, Pasco County — Joe A. McClain 

House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group One — Harold E. Brower 

House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group Three — Robert A. (Buddj') Freeze 

House of Representatives, Polk County, Group Three — Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. 

House of Representatives, Sarasota County, Group One — -George M. Edmondson 

House of Representatives, Sarasota County, Group Two — ^William S. Boylston 

House of Representatives, Seminole County, Group Two — Gordon V. Frederick 

House of Representatives, Sumter County — E. C. Rowell 

House of Representatives, Suwannee County — Houston W. Roberts 

House of Representatives, Taylor County — O. W. Jones 

House of Representatives, Volusia Count}', Group One — Frederick B. Karl 

House of Representatives, Volusia County, Group Two — James H. Sweeny 

House of Representatives, Washington County — Sam Mitchell 



REPUBLICANS 

United States Senate — Leland Hyzer 

Representative in Congress, First Congressional District — -William C. (Bill) Cramer 

Representative in Congress, Fifth Congressional District — -William C. (Bill) Coleman, Jr. 

Representative in Congress, Sixth Congressional District — Charles P. Ware 

Railroad and Public UtiUties Commissioner, Group One — Andrew Sandegren 

Railroad and Public LTtilities Commissioner, Group Two — Louis W. Ingram 

State Senator, Twentj'-Eighth Senatorial District — Ralph R. Clayton 

State Senator, Thirtieth Senatorial District — Carl V. Wisner, Jr. 

House of Representatives, Brevard County — Richard B. Muldrew 

House of Representatives, Broward County, Group One — -Thomas A. Hackett 

House of Representatives, Broward County, Group Two — -James Edwin Edwards 

House of Representatives, Collier County — -James J. Conety 

House of Representatives, Duval County, Group Three — J. Edward Musser 

House of Representatives, Lee County — David F. Ki'onquist 

House of Representatives, Manatee County, Group One — Jack W. Cannon 

House of Representatives, Orange County, Group Two — ^John L. Ducker 

House of Representatives, Pasco County — ^Millard Hart 

House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group Two — ^Thomas M. Carney 

House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group Three — B. E. Shaffer 



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416 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGE 
First Circuit 



Counties 


Erwin Fleet 


W. E. Skillman 


Charles A. Wade 




9,880 
3,440 
1,608 
1,317 


1,205 
397 
254 
238 


11 708 




3 847 




3,308 
2,752 


Walton 






Totals 


16,245 


2,094 


21,615 






Grand Total 






39,954 











CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Fourth Circuit, Group 1 



Counties 


Albert W. 
Graessle, Jr. 


E.Joh 


n Nelson 


Clay 


1,694 

37,082 

1,947 




994 




16,594 




1,162 






Totals 


40,723 




18,750 






Grand Total 






59,473 









CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Fourth Circuit, Group 2 



Counties 


William H. 
Maness 


Will 0. 
Murrell, Sr. 


Clay 


2,006 
41,151 
2,057 


754 




11,595 




1,046 






Totals 


45,214 


13,395 






Grand Total 




58,609 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



417 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Tenth Circuit, Group 2 



Counties 


Frank E. 
Bryant 


Clifton M. 
Kelly 


Clyde 
Maddox 




178 
2,353 
6,599 


329 

928 

15,097 


3,096 




1,126 


Polk 


4,794 






Totals 


9,130 


16,354 


9,016 






Grand Total 






34,500 











CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Twelfth Circuit, Group 2 



Counties 


Archie M. 
Odom 


John T. 
Rose, Jr. 




682 
1,529 
1,030 

361 
1,254 
6,582 
5,025 
2,649 


1,612 


Collier 


727 


De Soto 


1,151 


Glades 


231 




688 




1,866 




2,898 




1,090 






Totals 


19,112 


10,263 






Grand Total 




29,375 









418 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Fourteenth Circuit 



Counties 


J. Frank 
Adams 


Warren L. 
Fitzpatrick 


Bay 


4,605 
1,795 
907 
755 
3,145 
1,046 


5 842 


Calhoun 


808 


Gulf 


2 037 


Holmes 


3 053 




3,730 




1,850 






Totals 


12,253 


17,320 






Grand Total 




29,573 









STATE ATTORNEY 
Tenth Circuit 



Counties 


Glen Darty 


R. 


B. 


Huffaker 


Hardee 


1,369 
1,714 
13,304 






1,451 


Highlands 


1,765 


Polk 


10,605 






Totals 


16,387 






13,821 






Grand Total 








30,208 











STATE SENATOR 
Second District 






Counties 


Philip D. 
Beall 


J. 8. 
Hopkins 


Glen D. 
Johnson 




12,900 


7,824 


4,345 








Totals 


12,900 


7,824 


4,345 








Grand Total 






25,069 











OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



419 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



STATE SENATOR 
Fourth District 



County 


John E. Lambe 


John Rawls 




1,962 


5,151 






Totals 


1,S62 


5,151 










7,113 









STATE SENATOR 
Eighth District 



County 


Wilson 
Carraway 


John P. 
Sulli.an 




8,550 


2,203 






Totab 


8,550 


2,203 






Grand Total 




10,753 









STATE SENATOR 
Tenth District 



Counties 


Royce Agner 


W. T. Davis 


L. P. (Pete) 
Gibson 




460 
1,131 


1,831 
1,039 


1 400 


Taylor 


1,614 






Totals 


1,591 


2,870 


3,014 




Grand Total 






7,475 











420 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



STATE SENATOR 
Twelfth District 



Counties 


Robert L. (Bob) 
Griffin 


Harry J. 
Kicliter 




1,711 
1,261 
2,354 


1,441 




1,635 




3,184 






Totals 


5,326 


6,260 






Grand Total 




11 586 











STATE SENATOR 
Fourteenth District 






County 


W. E. Bishop 


0. H. (Bill) 
Hammons 


G. T. Melton 




2,341 


1,244 


1,998 








Totals 


2,341 


1,244 


1,998 


Grand Total 






5,583 











STATE SENATOR 
Sixteenth District 



County 


W. H. (BUI) 
Melton 


Harry 0. 
Stratton 




2,035 


2,516 






Totals 


2,035 


2,516 






Grand Total ... 




4,551 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



421 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



STATE SENATOR 

Eighteenth District 



County 


Al Cahill 


M. Larry 

Lewis 


Lacy 
Mahon, Jr. 


Fletcher 
Morgan 


Wayne E. 
Ripley 




15,393 


3,939 


20,500 


16,196 


19,295 






Totals 


15,393 


3,939 


20,500 


16,196 


19,295 


Grand Total. 










75,323 















STATE SENATOR 
Twentieth District 



County 


Willard Ayres 


L. K. 
Edwards, Jr. 




3,859 


6,547 






Totals 


3,859 


6,547 






Grand Total 




10,406 









STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Second District 



County 


S. D. Clarl<e 


Prentice P. 
Pruitt 




1,377 


752 






Totals 


1,377 


752 






Grand Total 




2,129 









422 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Fourth District 



Counties 


Travis A. 
Gresham, Jr. 


William R. 
Neblett 


Collier 


1,585 
1,342 

5,709 
3,969 


687 


Hendry 


635 


Lep 


2 619 




3 474 






Totals 


12,605 


7,415 






Grand Total 




20,020 











STATE SENATOR 
Thirtieth District 






County 


Quentin V. 
Long 


George W. 
Tedder, Jr. 






11,779 


15,548 








Totals 


11,779 


15,548 








Grand Total 




27,327 









STATE SENATOR 
Thirty-Fourth District 



County 


Sam M. 
Gibbons 


Paul R. 
Kickliter 




37,609 


22,390 






Totals 


37,609 


22,390 






Grand Total 




59,999 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



423 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



STATE SENATOR 
Thirty-Eighth District 



Counties 


SamY. 
Allgood, Jr. 


J. 

Get? 


C. 

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2,756 
708 




3,512 




2,671 






Totals 


3,464 




6,183 






Grand Total 






9,647 









OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY 
SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Sixth Circuit, Group 1 



Counties 


Justin J. 
Albaugh 


Clyde M. 
Kissinger 


Edward A. 
Linney 




88 
3,547 


329 
12,185 


22 


Pinellas 


5 943 






Totals 


3,635 


12,514 


5,965 




Grand Total 






22,114 











424 



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425 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA SECOND DEMOCRATIC 
PRIMARY — SEPTEMBER 30, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Tenth Circuit— Group 2 


Counties 


Frank E. Bryant 


Clifton M. Kelly 




930 
1,656 
6,235 


1,620 




495 


Polk 


9,465 








Totals 


8,821 


11,580 








Grand Total 




20,401 









STATE SENATOR 
Tenth District 



Counties 


W. T. Davis 


L. 


P. (Pete) 
Gibson 


Madison 


2,104 
1,806 






1,552 


Taylor 


1,909 






Totals 


3,910 






3,461 






Grand Total 








7 371 









STATE SENATOR 
Fourteenth District 



County 


W. E. Bishop 


G. T. Melton 


Columbia 


2,571 


2,709 






Totals 


2,571 


2,709 






Grand Total 




5,280 









426 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE ~ FLORIDA SECOND DEMOCRATIC 
PRIMARY — SEPTEMBER 30, 1958 



STATE SENATOR 
Eighteenth District 



County 


Lacy 
Mahon, Jr. 


Wayne E. 
Ripley 




26,885 


34,425 






Totals 


26,885 


34,425 






Grand Total 




61,310 









OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



427 



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428 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District One 



Counties 


Winton H. 

(Win) King 

(Dem.) 


William C. 
(Bill) Cramer 

(Rep.) 




1,292 
23,834 

3,063 
27,816 


674 




16,810 




3,217 


Pinellas 


59,175 






Total 


56,005 


79,876 






Grand Total 




135,881 









REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Two 



Counties 



Charles E. 
Bennett 
(Dem.) 



Clay 

Duval 

Total 



1,074 
31,901 



32,975 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



429 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Three 



Counties 


Bob Sikes 
(Dem.) 


Bay 


2,411 




622 


Escambia 


7,181 




671 




1,066 


Gulf 


800 




1,141 




1,908 




625 




3,314 




712 


Okaloosa 


2,610 




1,426 


Wakulla 


656 


Walton 


1,844 


Washington 


868 






Total 


27,855 







REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Four 



Counties 


Dante B. Fascell 
(Dem.) 


Dade 


54,229 




1,822 






Total 


56,051 







430 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Five 



Counties 


A. Sydney 
Herlong, Jr. 

(Dem.) 


Wm. C. (Bill) 
Coleman 

(Rep.) 


Brevard 


6,970 
1,335 
537 
6,431 
4,566 

16,548 
2,111 
3,240 
3,339 
1,771 

16,397 


3,787 




292 


Flagler 


80 




2,320 




923 




11,253 




1,133 


St. Johns 


712 




1,318 


S Jmter 


164 




9,206 






Total 


63,245 


31,188 






Grand Total 




94,433 









REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Six 



Counties 


Paul G. Rogers 
(Dem.) 


Charles P. Ware 

(Rep.) 




29,763 

917 

1,632 

515 

1,2:5 

2,552 

6,989 

1,729 

577 

21,859 

3,361 


11,819 




407 


Collier 


740 


Glades 


39 




113 




972 




2,572 




811 




33 




9,710 




1,139 






Total 


71,189 


28,355 






Grand Total 




99,544 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



431 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Seven 



Counties 



De Soto 

Hardee 

Highlands . . . . 

Manatee 

Polk 

Sarasota 

Total 



James A. Haley 
(Dem.) 



953 
1,625 
1,706 
7.117 
10,200 
7.352 



28,953 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Eight 



Counties 


D. R. (Billy) 

Matthews 

(Dem.) 




4,058 


Baker . 


533 




997 




2,093 




563 




446 




600 




837 




919 




1,291 




971 




2,104 




1,573 


Tayl' r 


1,026 




658 






Total 


18,669 







432 



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434 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



JUDGE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL 
District One 



Counties 



John T. 

Wigginton 

(Dem.) 



Alachua . 
Baker . . . 



Bradford . . . 
Calhoun. . . . 

Clay 

Columbia. . . 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 

Flagler 

Franlilin. . . . 
GaJsden... . 
Gilchrist. . . . 

Gulf 

Hamilton. . . 

Holmes 

Jaclcson 

Jefferson 

*Lafayette. . 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison.. . . 

Marion 

Nassau 

Okaloosa. . . 
Putnam .... 
St. Johns . . . 
Santa Rosa . 
*Suwannee.. 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla. . . . 

Walton 

Washington. 



2,818 
105 

1,622 
877 
650 
725 

1,859 

463 

21,856 

5,118 
414 
536 
929 
369 
715 
486 

1,048 

1,235 
539 



3,005 

702 

580 

1,059 

3,150 

642 

1,554 

1,354 

2,403 

1,030 



867 
541 
12,535 
481 
1,2E4 
517 



Total. 



73,978 



* Name omitted from ballot through error. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



435 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



JUDGE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL 
District Two 



Counties 



William P. Allen 
(Dem.) 



Brevard 

Broward 

Charlotte 

Citrus 

Collier 

De Soto 

Glades 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands . . . . 
Hills Sorough . . 
Indian River. . 

Lake 

Lee 

Manatee 

Martin 

Okeechobee. . . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach... 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Poli 

St. Lucie 

Sarasota 

Seninole 

Sumter 

Total 



536 
327 
798 
,264 
496 
824 
390 
407 
842 
420 
558 
169 
794 
046 
271 
929 
172 
324 
,574 
,451 
,191 
,017 
.911 
053 
,319 
,471 
649 
055 



436 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



JUDGE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL 
District Three 



Counties 


Tillman 
Pearson 
(Dem.) 


Dade 


47,976 


Monroe 


1,396 






Total 


49,372 









CIRCUIT JUDGES 
First Circuit 




Counties 


Charles A. Wade 
(Dem.) 


Escambia 


5,909 


Okaloosa 


2,146 


Santa Rosa 


1,194 


Walton 


1,584 








Total 


10,833 









CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Second Circuit 




Counties 


Ben C. Willis 
(Dem.) 




556 




989 




539 




3,060 




586 


Wakulla 


513 








Total 


6,243 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



437 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Fourth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Counties 


Albert W. 

Graessle, Jr. 

(Dem.) 


William H. 
Maness 
(Dem.) 


Clay 


816 

25,008 

731 


786 




24,463 




742 






Totals 


26,555 


25,991 







CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Fifth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Counties 


D. R. Smith 
(Dem.) 


Carroll W. 
Fussell 
(Dem.) 




1,235 
1,415 
4,057 
4,184 
1,017 


1,216 




1,362 




4,055 




2,929 


Sumter 


1,396 






Totals 


11,908 


10,958 







CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Sixth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Counties 


Clyde M. 

Kissinger 

(Rep.) 


Jack F. White 
(Dem.) 




2,296 
41,310 


2,834 




38,900 






Totali 


43,606 


41 734 







438 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Seventh Circuit 


Counties 


Thomas N. 
Tappy 
(Dem.) 


Flagler 


433 


Putnam 


1,375 


St. Johns 


2,373 




15,950 








Total 


20,131 







CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Ninth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Group Three 


Group Four 


Group Five 


Counties 


John M. 
McCarty 
(Dem.) 


Roger A. 
Barker 
(Dem.) 


W. A. Patti- 
shall 

(Dem.) 


D. C. Smith 
(Dem.) 


Volie A. 
Williams, Jr. 

(Dem.) 




5,837 
2,183 
1,357 
389 
12,973 
1,555 
3,219 
2,802 


5,395 
1,812 
1,187 
311 
13,115 
1,427 
2,281 
2,629 


5,298 
1,669 
1,067 
299 
12,939 
1,373 
2,202 
2,522 


5,408 
2,179 
1,133 
325 
12,487 
1,427 
2,682 
2,531 


5.599 




1,691 




1,068 




305 


Orange 


12,429 
1,367 


St. Lucie 


2,181 




3,153 






Totals 


30,315 


28,157 


27,369 


28,172 


27,793 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



439 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Tenth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Counties 


Gunler 

Stephenson 

(Dem.) 


Clifton M. Kelly 
(Dem.) 




1,433 
1,576 
8,506 


1,253 




1,539 


Polk 


9,503 






Total 


11,515 


12,295 







CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Eleventh Circuit 



County 



John J. Kehoe 

(Dem.) 



Daie. 



46,482 



CIRCXnT JUDGES 
Twelfth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Counties 

Charlotte 


John D. Justice 
(Dem.) 

789 

1,469 

814 

391 

839 

7,194 

5,918 

7,066 


Archie M. Odom 
(Dem.) 

957 


Collier 


1,642 


De Soto 


859 


Glades 


407 




1,011 




8,0£0 




6,189 


Sarasota 


6,635 








24,480 


25,790 







440 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Thirteenth Circuit 



County 



James S. Moody 
(Dem.) 



Hillsborough . 



20,035 





CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Fourteenth Circuit 




Counties 


Warren L. 
Fitzpatrick 


Bay 


2,115 




600 


Gulf 


776 




1,106 




1,553 




798 








Total 


6,948 







CIRCUIT JUDGES 
Fifteenth Circuit 





Group One 


Group Two 


Counties 


Culver Smith 
(Dem.) 


Richard M. Sauls 
(Dem.) 




18,057 
17,081 


18,478 




15,389 






Totals . . 


35,138 


33,867 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



441 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



STATE ATTORNEY 
Tenth Circuit 



Counties 


Glen Darty 
(Dem.) 




1,412 


Highlands 


1,481 


Polk 


8,622 








Total 


11,515 






STATE SENATORS 
Second District 


County 


Philip D. Beall 
(Dem.) 


Escambia 


6,250 







STATE SENATORS 
Fourth District 



County 



John Rawls 
(Dem.) 



Jackson . 



1,749 



STATE SENATORS 
Sixth District 



County 



Gadsden. 



Dewey M. 
Johnson 

(Dem.) 

1,044 



442 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



STATE SENATORS 
Eighth District 



County 


Wilson Carraway 
(Dem.) 




3 442 






STATE SENATORS 
Tenth District 


Counties 


W. T. Davis 
(Dem.) 




1,255 


Taylor 


980 








Total 


2,235 







STATE SENATORS 
Twelfth District 



Counties 


Harry J. Kicliter 
(Dem.) 




2,129 




1,520 




3,277 








Total 


6,926 






STATE SENATORS 
Fourteenth District 


County 


G. T. Mellon 

(Dem.) 




2,079 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



443 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



STATE SENATORS 
Sixteenth District 



County 



Harry 0. 
Stratton 
(Dem.) 



Nassau . 



1,009 



STATE SENATORS 
Eighteenth District 



County 



Wayne E. Ripley 
(Dem.) 



Duval. 



29,088 



STATE SENATORS 
Twentieth District 



County 



L. K. 

Edwards, Jr. 
(Dem.) 



Marion. 



4,361 



STATE SENATORS 
Twenty-Sec 3nd District 



County 



Jefferson. 



S. D. Clarke 
(Dem.) 



635 



444 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



STATE SENATORS 
Twenty-Fourth District 


Counties 


Travis A. 

Gresham, Jr. 

(Dem.) 


Collier 


1 663 


Hendry 


1 040 


Lee 


7 531 




1 732 








Total 


11,966 







STATE SENATORS 
Twenty-Sixth District 



County 



B. C. (Bill) 
Pearce 
(Dem.) 



Putnam . 



1,940 



STATE SENATORS 
Twenty-Eighth District 



County 


E. William 
Gautier 
(Dem.) 


Ralph R. 
Clayton 
(Rep.) 




15,465 


10,737 






Grand Total 




26,202 









STATE SENATORS 
Thirtieth District 



County 


George W. 

Tedder, Jr. 

(Dem.) 


Carl V. 

Wisner, Jr. 

(Rep.) 




26,695 


14,105 










40,800 









I 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



445 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 4, 1958 



STATE SENATORS 
Thirty-Second District 



County 



J. Emory 

"Red" Cross 

(Dem.) 



Alachua . 



3,552 



STATE SENATORS 
Thirty-Fourth District 



County 


Sam M. Gibbons 
(Dem.) 




21,801 






STATE SENATORS 
Thirty-Sixth District 


Counties 


Ed H. Price. Jr. 
(Dem.) 


Charlotte 


814 




6,601 




6,707 








Total 


14,122 







STATE SENATORS 
Thirty-Eighth District 



Counties 

Pasco 

Sumter 

Total.... 



J. C. Getzen, Jr. 
(Dem.) 



3,636 
1,516 



5,152 



446 



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APPENDIX 



OFFICIALS 

SERVING AS OF JANUARY 

1959 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 451 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 

1957-1961 

GOVERNOR 

LeROY COLLINS 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

RICHARD W. ERVIN 

COMPTROLLER 

RAY E. GREEN 

STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

THOMAS D. BAILEY 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



452 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 
SUPREME COURT JUSTICES 

E. Harris Drew, Tallahassee 
Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee 
B. K, Roberts, Tallahassee 
T. Frank Hobson, Tallahassee 
Stephen C. O'Connell, Tallahassee 
Elwjoi Thomas, Tallahassee 
Campbell Thomal, Tallahassee 

STATE OF FLORIDA 
UNITED STATES SENATORS 

Spessard L. Holland, Bartow, Florida 
George A. Smathers, Miami, Florida 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

First District— William C. (Bill) Cramer, St. Petersburg 
Second District — Charles E. Bennett, Jacksonville 
Third District — Bob Sikes, Crestview 
Fourth District — Dante B. Fascell, Miami 
Fifth District — A. S. (Syd) Herlong, Jr., Leesburg 
Sixth District — Paul G. Rogers, West Palm Beach 
Seventh District — James A. Haley, Sarasota 
Eighth District — D. R. Matthews, Gainesville 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 453 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE 

Elected General Election 1958 and Holdover Senators 

STATE SENATORS 

Newman C. Brackin,* District No. 1 — Crestview 

Philip D. Beall,** District No. 2— P. O. Box 862, Pensacola 

Harvie J. Belser,* District No, 3 — Bonifay 

John Rawls,** District No, 4 — Marianna 

T, Drew Branch,* District No, 5 — Sumatra 

Dewey M, Johnson,** District No, 6 — Quincy 

Scott Kelly,* District No, 7— P, O, Box 1651, Lakeland 

Wilson Carraway,** District No, 8— Box 870, Tallahassee 

James E, (Nick) Connor,* District No, 9— P. O, Box 5, 

Brooksville 
W, T, Davis,** District No, 10— Madison 
J. Frank Houghton,* District No. 11—401 Florida Theatre 

Building, St. Petersburg 
Harry J. KicHter,** District No. 12— P. O. Box 1173, Fort 

Pierce 
Joe Eaton,* District No. 13—1125 duPont Building, Miami 
G, T, Melton,** District No, 14— P. O, Box 971, Lake City 
Charley E, Johns,* District No, 15— Starke 
Harry O, Stratton,** District No, 16— Callahan 
H, H. (Horry) Hair, Jr,,* District No, 17— Live Oak 
Wayne E. Ripley,** District No, 18—224 Lynch Building, 

Jacksonville 
John A, Sutton,* District No, 19—64 E, Central, Orlando 
L, K, Edwards, Jr.,** District No, 20— Irvine 
W, Randolph Hodges,* District No, 21— Cedar Key 
S. D, Clarke,** District No. 22— Monticello 
J. A, (Tar) Boyd,* District No. 23— Box 901, Leesburg 
Travis A, Gresham, Jr,,** District No. 24—2110 First Street, 

Fort Myers 
Bart Knight,* District No, 25— P, O, Box 375, Blountstown 
B, C, (Bill) Pearce,** District No, 26— East Palatka 
Doyle E. Carlton, Jr,,* District No. 27— Wauchula 
E, William Gautier,** District No. 28—1200 Magnolia Street, 

New Smyrna Beach 



454 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Tom Adams,* District No. 29— Box 215, Orange Park 
George W. Tedder, Jr.,** District No. 30—314 Radio Bldg., 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Verle A. Pope,* District No. 31— P. O. Box 519, St. Augustine 
J. Emory (Red) Cross,** District 32— P. O. 411, Gainesville 
Irlo O. Bronson,* District No. 33 — Kissimmee 
Sam M. Gibbons,** District No. 34— P. O. Box 1363, Tampa 1 
Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.,* District No. 35—3020 Vincent Road, 

West Palm Beach 
Ed H. Price, Jr.,** District No. 36— Bradenton 
Douglas Stenstrom,* District No. 37 — Sanford 
J. C. Getzen, Jr..** District No. 38— Bushnell 



* Holdovers 
** Elected 1958 General Election 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

ALACHUA 
Group 1— Ralph D. Turlington, 113 N. Main Street, Gainesville 
Group 2— Osee R. Fagan, 212 S.E. First Street, Gainesville 

BAKER 
John J. Crews, Jr., P. O. Drawer 467, Macclenny 

BAY 
Group 1 — Dempsey J. Barron, P. O. Box 1241, Panama City 
Group 2— William E. Harris, P. O. Box 578, Panama City 

BRADFORD 
Doyle E. Conner, P. O. Box 631, Starke 

BREVARD 
James H. Pruitt, Box 638, Eau Gallic 

BROWARD 
Group 1 — Emerson Allsworth, 761 Evanston Circle, Ft. Lau- 
derdale 
Group 2— A. J. Ryan, Jr., 269 S. W. 9th Street, Dania 

CALHOUN 
Don Fuqua, Altha 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 455 

CHARLOTTE 
John M. Hathaway, P. O. Box 638, Punta Gorda 

CITRUS 
Allison R. (Baldy) Strickland, Rt, 1, Inverness 

CLAY 
S. D. (Sam) Saunders, P. O. Box 326, Green Cove Springs 

COLLIER 
James L. Walker, P. O. Box 475, Naples 

COLUMBIA 
B. D. (Georgia Boy) Williams, P. O. Box 471, Lake City 

DADE 
Group 1— George L. HoUahan, Jr., 7210 Red Road, South 

Miami 
Group 2— David C. Eldredge, 6850 S.W. 32nd St., Miami 55 
Group 3 — W. C. Herrell, 201 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs 

DESOTO 
S. C. Smith, Box 231, Arcadia 

DIXIE 
Hal Chaires, Old Town 

DUVAL 

Group 1 — John E. Mathews, Jr., 630 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 

Group 2 — Harry Westberry, 152 Tallulah Avenue, Jacksonville 

Group 3— George B. Stallings, Jr., 5127 Pirates Cove Rd., 

Jacksonville 

ESCAMBIA 
Group 1 — Reubin O'D. Askew, 504 Florida National Bank 

Bldg., Pensacola 
Group 2 — George Stone, Rt. 1, Atmore, Alabama 

FLAGLER 
W. L. Wadsworth, P. O. Box 396. Bunnell 

FRANKLIN 
Oliver Nash, Apalachicola 



456 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GADSDEN 
Group 1 — W, M. Inman, Quincy 
Group 2 — C. Fred Arrington, Havana 

GILCHRIST 
H. E. Lancaster, Trenton 

GLADES 
Joe H. Peeples, Jr., Venus 

GULF 
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe 

HAMILTON 
J. W. McAlpin, White Springs 

HARDEE 
G. W. (Dick) Williams, Rt. 1, Wauchula 

HENDRY 
Charles E. Miner, Box 187, Clewiston 

HERNANDO 
John L. Ayers, Box 125, Brooksville 

HIGHLANDS 
Howard Livingston, P. O. Box 246, Sebring 

HILLSBOROUGH 
Group 1— Woodie A. Liles, P. O. Box 551, Plant City 
Group 2— Robert T. Mann, 703 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 2 
Group 3— Tom Whitaker, Jr., 308 Tampa St., Tampa 2 

HOLMES 
A. P. Drummond, P. O. Box 238, Bonifay 

INDIAN RIVER 
L. B. (Buck) Vocelle, P. O. Box 488, Vero Beach 

JACKSON 
Group 1 — J. Troy Peacock, 600 North Green, Marianna 
Group 2 — John S. Shipp, Jr., 1003 Sixth Street, Marianna 

JEFFERSON 
George H, Anderson, Monticello 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 457 

LAFAYETTE 
R. O. Hatcher, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 28, Mayo 

LAKE 
Group 1 — Welborn Daniel, Box 635, Clermont 
Group 2— W. H. (Bill) Reedy, Box 1408, Eustis 

LEE 
Walter O. Sheppard, 1410 Dean St., Fort Myers 

LEON 
Group 1 — Mallory E. Home, Tallahassee 

Group 2— Richard O. (Dick) Mitchell, 107 Midyette-Moor 
Bldg., Tallahassee 

LEVY 
Frank Marshbum, Bronson 

LIBERTY 
R. L. Hosford, Hosford 

MADISON 
Otis R. Peavy, Box 204, Madison 

MANATEE 
Group 1— Wilbur H. Boyd, 2117 7th St., Palmetto 
Group 2 — Robert E. Knowles, 1515 1st Ave., West, Bradenton 

MARION 
Group 1— William G. O'Neill, P. O. Box 253, Ocala 
Group 2— WiUiam V. Chappell, Jr., 4 So. Magnoha St., Ocala 

MARTIN 
W. R. Scott, P. O. Bin 2, Stuart 

MONROE 
Group 1— Bemie C. Papy, 1021 Washington St., Key West 
Group 2 — Ralph E. Cunningham, Jr., Box 511, Marathon, Fla. 

NASSAU 
T. H. (Tommy) Askins, 415 Alachua St., Fernandina Beach 

OKALOOSA 
Group 1— Charles D. Stewart, P. O. Box 643, Ft. Walton Beach 
Group 2 — James H. (Jimmy) Wise, 302 E. Cedar Ave., Crest- 
view 



458 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

OKEECHOBEE 
W. Allen Markham, Box 428, Okeechobee 

ORANGE 
Group 1 — Mrs. George W. (Beth) Johnson, 505 Peachtree Rd., 

Orlando 
Group 2 — Jack C. Inman, 913 Florida National Bank Building, 

Orlando 

OSCEOLA 
J. J. Griffin, Jr., 435 Florida Avenue, St. Cloud 

PALM BEACH 
Group 1— Ralph J. Blank, Jr., 326 Pan-A Building, West Palm 

Beach 
Group 2— Emmett S. Roberts, 636 S. E. 2nd St., Belle Glade 

PASCO 
Joe A. McClain, Box 4, Dade City 

PINELLAS 

Group 1— James T. Russell, 910 First Federal Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 

Group 2— Thomas M. Carney, 268 Belleair Dr. N., Snell Isle, 
St. Petersburg 4 

Group 3— B. E. Shaffer, 1609 N. Highland Ave., Clearwater 

POLK 
Group 1— Lawton M. Chiles, Jr., P. O. Box 1142, Lakeland 
Group 2 — Ray Mattox, Winter Haven 
Group 3— Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., P. O. Box 368, Frostproof 

PUTNAM 
James N. (Gator) Beck, 1617 Husson Ave., Palatka 

ST. JOHNS 
Group 1 — F. Charles Usina, St. Augustine 
Group 2 — A. H. (Gus) Craig, 20 Granada Street, St. Augustine 

ST. LUCIE 
Rupert Jasen Smith, 206 Raulerson Bldg., Ft. Pierce 

SANTA ROSA 
Morrison Kimbrough, Rt. 2, Milton 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 459 

SARASOTA 
Group 1— George M. Edmondson, P. O. Box 877, Venice 
Group 2— William S. Boylston, 7539 Midnight Pass Road, 
Sarasota 

SEMINOLE 
Group 1— Mack N. Cleveland, Jr., P. O. Box 220, Sanford 
Group 2 — Gordon V. Frederick, 204 N. Park Avenue, Sanford 

SUMTER 
E. C. Rowell, Box 328, Wildwood 

SUWANNEE 
Houston W. Roberts, Rt. 5, Live Oak 

TAYLOR 
O. W. Jones, P. O. Box 595, Perry 

UNION 
C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler 

VOLUSIA 
Group 1 — Frederick B. Karl, 501 N. Grandview Ave., Day- 

tona Beach 
Group 2 — James H. Sweeny, Jr., P. O. Box 958, DeLand 

WAKULLA 
Bobby Russ, Rt. 2, Crawfordville 

WALTON 
Thos. D. (Tom) Beasley, DeFuniak Springs 

WASHINGTON 
Sam Mitchell, Vernon 



460 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY ELECTIVE OFFICES 

COUNTY OFFICERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE FIRST 
TUESDAY AFTER FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1961, 
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MEMBERS OF THE 
COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION WHOSE 
TERMS EXPIRE FIRST TUESDAY AFTER FIRST MON- 
DAY IN JANUARY 1961 AND 1963. 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT GAINESVILLE 

bounty Judge— H. H. McDonald. 

Sheriff — J. M. Crevasse, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. E. Evans. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude M. Franks. 

Tax Collector— Shellie McKinney. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ernest D. Manning, Jr. 

County Surveyor — Perry C. McGriff. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — A. Z. Adkins, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sue Simpson. 

Judge Small Claims Court — T. Allen Crouch. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1-^. M. Galbraith, High Springs. 
District No. 2— Jack Durrance, 2103 N.E. 12th Terrace, Gaines- 
ville. 
District No, 3 — Edgar Leo Johnson, P. O. Box 231, Gainesville. 
District No. 4— G. M. Davis, Jr., Box 705, Gainesville. 
District No. 5 — Sidney Martin, Hawthorne. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

H. Dale Smith, High Springs. 

Flake A. Parker, Box 13, Gainesville. 

Anna Beth Pierson, 1831 N. W. 10th Ave., Gainesville. 

W. N. Barry, Newberry. 

G. Hugh WilHams, P. O. Box 101, Island Grove. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT — MACCLENNY 

County Judge — B. R. Bumsed. 
Sheriff— E. Ed Yarbrough. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 461 

Clerk Circuit Court — Joe Dobson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. W. Douberly. 

Tax Collector— T. J. Raulerson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — L. L. Dugger. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur Combs. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy H. Harvey, Sanderson. 

District No. 2 — B. H. Rowe, Macclenny. 

District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny, 

District No. 4 — Wassie Fish, Glen St. Mary. 

District No. 5— G. N. Kirkland, Glen St. Mary. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Vessie Thrift, Macclenny. 
Reid Stafford, Glen St. Mary. 
Violet S. Dobson, Olustee. 
Tommy Fraser, Sanderson. 
William M. Knabb, Macclenny. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — M. C. Brown, Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. Y. Combs, Jr., Sanderson. 

District No. 2 — Claude Fraser, Olustee. 

District No. 3 — Vernon D. Walker, Macclenny. 

District No. 5 — Ivey Hodges, Glen St. Mary. 

BAY 

COUNTY SEAT — PANAMA CITY 

County Judge — Joseph W. Bailey. 

Sheriff— M. J. Daffin. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Bruce Collins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Gerald Conrad. 

Tax Collector — A. G. Appelberg. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas E. Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashbum. 

Judge Small Claims Court — R. C. Evans. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Dayton Logue. 

Judge, Juvenuile Court — Bert A. Davenport. 

County Surveyor — Woodrow W. Gainer. 



462 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. B. Miller, 1123 Buena Vista Blvd., Pana- 
ma City. 

District No. 2 — ^Burton H. Clark, 232 Sherman Avenue, Pana- 
ma City. 

District No. 3— J. R. Miller, P. O. Box 1199, Panama City. 

District No. 4— Donald D. Mowat, P. O. Drawer "S", Lynn 
Haven. 

District No. 5 — B. V. Buchanan, West Bay. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

A. Crawford Mosley, Panama City. 

Buddy McLemore, Panama City. 

T. P. Haney, Panama City. 

James M. Mowat, Drawer S, Lynn Haven. 

Charles E. Collins, Box 11, Panama City Beach. 

BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT — STARKE 

County Judge — Theron A. Yawn, Jr. 

Sheriff— P. D. Reddish. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Charles A. Darby. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Gene Long. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Kelly. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harmon P. Morgan. 

County Surveyor — Harry Anthony. 

Supervisor of Registration — Marian L. Crosby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harold K. Norman, Rt. 1, Box 108, Lawtey. 

District No. 2— E. L. Crawford, Rt. 2, Box 129, Starke. 

District No. 3 — H. A. Bishop, Jr. Starke. 

District No. 4 — Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain, Box 14, Hampton. 

District No. 5— M. O. Herrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Dan W. Starling, Lawtey 

W. C. Powell, Starke. 

E. A. Sapp, Lake Butler, Route 2, Box 188. 

Thornton Johns, Hampton. 

H. A. Lawson, Box 124, Starke. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— F. C. Hodges, Rt. 2, Box 63, Starke. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 463 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. L. Silcox, Starke. 

District No. 8— Felix M. Sullivan, Rt. 1, Starke. 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT — TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Virgil B. Conkling. 

Sheriff — James W. Dunn. 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — M. (Joe) Edwards. 

Tax Collector— J. D. Nash. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^Woodrow J. Darden. 

County Surveyor — Frank P. Schuster. 

Supervisor of Registration — Edna S. Carlile. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Grady W. White. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Bernard Parrish, 620 Indian River Avenue, 

Titusville. 
District No. 2— Frederick G. Fisher, Box 604, Merritt Island. 
District No. 3— Max K. Rodes, P. O. Box 6, Melbourne. 
District No. 4 — Lee Wenner, Rt. 1, Box 190, Cocoa. 
District No. 5 — Joe H. Wickham, 506 Highland Avenue, Eau 

Gallie. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Robert H. Hudson, Box A, Titusville. 

John F. Crockett, Box 486, Cocoa. 

Louis V. Coleman, Jr., Eau Gallie. 

Dale P. Jacobus, 134 River Drive, Melbourne. 

Elsie B. LaRoche, Box 796, Merritt Island. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT — FORT LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Sheriff — Justice A. Lloyd. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Frank H. Marks. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — W. E. Bunch, Jr. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Louis Weissing. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Thomas M. Coker, Jr. 



464 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Judge Small Claims Court — Mildred S. Akerman, Ft. Lauder- 
dale. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Jack Yeslow, Hollywood. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Robert M. Arnold, Pompano 
Beach. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector— W. H. Meeks, Jr. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Raymond R. Maxwell. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L. Gates. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Dorr S. Davis. 

Judge of the Court of Crimes — Thomas F. Tompkins, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— George C. Petersen, 1947 NE 21st St., Ft. 
Lauderdale. 

District No. 2— H. Vivian Saxon, 500 N.E. 4th Street, Pom- 
pano Beach. 

District No. 3-^ohn W. Bell, 308 NE 23rd Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale. 

District No. 4— Frank C. Adler, 259 S.W. 5th Street. Dania. 

District No. 5— J. Herbert Burke, 1218 Hollywood Blvd., 
Hollywood. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

A. Wesley Parrish, P. O. Box 246, Pompano Beach. 

Dean A. Dessenberger, 224 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. 

John O. Calvin, 1326 Van Buren, Hollywood. 

H. Don Moore, P. O. Box 2, (Broward Road) Dania. 

Virginia S. Young, 625 S. W. 15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT — BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — Sidney Parrish. 

Sheriff— W. C. Reeder. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. K. Musgrove. 

Tax Collector— J. Drew Hall. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — George Atkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — Walton Bozeman. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 465 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Woodrow Aultman, Blountstown. 
District No. 2— Albert Tindel, Altha. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Rt. 2, Altha. 
District No. 4 — B. H. Stone, Kinard. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Cox, Blountstown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Raymond Branton, Route 1, Blountstown. 
E. Z. Kearce, P. O. Box 623, Blountstown. 
Ralph R. Attaway, Route 2, Altha. 
L. E. Porter, Blountstown. 
J. H. Bamburg, Clarksville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ralph Home, Blountstown. 

CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT — PUNTA GORDA 

County Judge — John T. Rose, Jr. 

Sheriff — Travis Pamell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. T. Lawhome. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude Roberts. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. E. B. Yeager. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Homer L. Jones. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Edward L. Gerson. 

County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

COUNTY COMMISSSIONERS 

District No. 1— James E. Miller, Rt. 1, Box 120, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 2— Thomas E. Koon, 736 Burland Street, Punta 

Gorda 

District No. 3— H. H. Anger, P.O. Box 283, Englewood. 

District No. 4— H. S. O'Neil, Box 764, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 5— John R. Jack, Jr., P.O. Box 567, Punta Gorda. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

J. T. Manning, Box 215, Punta Gorda. 
Elwood P. Safron, 520 Burland, Punta Gorda. 



466 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

L. A. Ainger, Englewood. 

Mrs. Harry Hartt, P. O. Box 417, Punta Gorda. 

James A. McCullough, Punta Gorda. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 & 2— Harry R. Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLES 

(None) 
CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT — INVERNESS 

County Judge — O. Frank Scofield. 

Sheriff — Burton R. Quinn. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Francis W. Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Hugh C. Barco. 

Tax Collector — E. Van Anderson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harry K. Buie 

Supervisor of Registration — Ernest C. Johnston. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harley Levins, Crystal River. 

District No. 2 — Clyde Byrd, Homosassa. 

District No. 3 — Ellis H. Roberts, Lecanto. 

District No. 4— James E. Rooks, Jr., Box 282, Floral City. 

District No. 5 — Robert N. Gilstrap, Box 522, Inverness. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Horace Allen, Sr., Lecanto. 

Clifford K. Harmon, Box 202, Homosassa, 

Jesse R. Thomas, RFD, Inverness. 

Ralph F. Rooks, Crystal River. 

Richard Kaufman, P. O. Box 668, Inverness. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— O. C. Roddenberry, Rt. 2, Box 19, Dunnellon. 
District No. 3 — Nicholas J. Solyer, Box 6, Hernando. 
District No. 4— John W. Daniels, P. O. Box 656, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — S. O. Porter, Box 305, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— John J. Brown, P. O. Box 1033, Crystal River. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 467 

District No. 3 — Baker Miley, Hernando. 
District No. 4— Clyde B. Peters, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — Dennis Wilkins, Inverness. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT — GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge — Thomas J. Rivers. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George L. Carlisle. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Louise G. Smith. 

Tax Collector — E. Wayne Geiger. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Hirris C. Long. 

Supervisor of Registration — L. E. Wilson. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — J. C. Sapp. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Luther E. (Cooter) Wilson, Green Cove 

Springs. 
District No. 2— Walter G. Odum, Box 68, Doctors Inlet. 
District No. 3 — Marvin Green, Middleburg. 
District No. 4 — O. J. Murrhee, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — L. H. (Lanny) Lancaster, P. O. Box 55, Green 

Cove Springs. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

C. M. Burkhalter, Sr., Penny Farms, Box 214. 

W. E. Cherry, Doctors Inlet. 

A. E. Anthony, Jr., P. O. Box 174, Keystone Heights. 

Jack Wilkinson, Maxville. 

Roy Knowles, Route 1, Box 105, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— David L. Talbott, Box 281, Green Cove 
Springs. 

District No. 2 — Maxine Stephens Boatwright, Box 141, Or- 
ange Park. 

District No. 3— Chas B. Frisbee, Middleburg. 

District No. 4— T. M. Finley, Lake Geneva. 

District No. 5— Thelma Stallings, Rt. 1, Box 71, Green Cove 
Springs. 



468 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Knowles, Box 88, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2— Carl E. Mosley, P. O. Box 51, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — Irving Padgett, Middleburg. 
District No. 4— W. F. Cooley, RFD, Box 346, Starke. 
District No. 5 — Joe Herbert, Rt. 1, Green Cove Springs. 

COLLIER 

COUNTY SEAT — EVERGLADES 

County Judge — S. S. JoIIey. 

Sheriff— E. A. (Doug) Hendry. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Margaret T. Scott. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector — A. P. Ayers. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — W. D. Reynolds. 

Supervisor of Registration — G. C. Luther. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Walter G. Sorokoty. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Davidson, Everglades. 

District No. 2 — W. J. Janes, Copeland. 

District No. 3— R. H. Goodlette, Naples. 

District No. 4— Henry B. Watkins, Jr., 663 Fifth Avenue 

South, Naples. 
District No. 5 — Ewell F. Moore, Immokalee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Elva B. Griffis, Marco. 

Philip L. Crews, Immokalee. 

L. A. Orick, 314 3rd St., N. Naples. 

Leo R. Chickering, Box 530, Route 1, Naples. 

Sara A. Jones, P. O. Box 506, Immokalee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Albin Gerish, Everglades. 

District No. 3— G. E. Carroll, Suite 8, Balch Building, Naples. 

District No. 4— O. W. Hancock, P. O. Box 226, Immokalee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3— R. G. Sharp, Naples. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 469 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE CITY 

County Judge — G. A. Buie, Jr. 

Sheriff— Ralph P. Witt. 

Clerk Circuit Court— G. W. Robarts. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Theo. J. Kirby. 

Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Buford H. Galloway. 

County Attorney — W. Joe Ferguson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ernest Green. 

County Surveyor — B. G. Moore. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Milo I. Thomas, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— P. M. Sandlin, Route 4, Lake City. 

District No. 2— Clifton J. Little, Rt. 2, Box 74, Lake City. 

District No. 3 — James R. Tison, Gwen Lake Estate, Lake City. 

District No. 4— R. P. Dicks, Rt. 3, Box 256, Lake City. 

District No. 5— Robert F. Bedenbaugh, Rt. 3, Box 103, Lake 
City. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Floyd B. Crawford, Route 4, Box 33, Lake City. 

H. C. Pope, Route 1, Fort White. 

L. J. Arnold, Jr., Lake City, (Lake Drive). 

Wallace A. Bailey, Lulu. 

X. L. Lindsey, 1324 W. Park Street, Lake City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— J. B. Sparkman, P. O. Box 121, Fort White. 
District No. 10— F. W. Bedenbaugh, 808 N. Marion Street, 
Lake City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6— John W. Martin, Fort White. 
District No. 10— Harry K. Roberts, Lake City. 

DADE 

COUNTY SEAT MIAMI 

County Judge — W. F. Blanton. 

County Judge — Additional: Frank B. Dowling. 



470 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sheriff— Thomas J. Kelly. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — J. F. McCracken. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Gene Williams. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Ben C. Willard. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — George E. Schulz. 

Judge Civil Court of Record — Leland B. Featherstone. 

Judge Civil Court of Record — Norman Hendry. 

Judge Civil Court of Record — Hal P. Dekle. 

Judge Civil Court of Record — John R. Blanton. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Joe Hall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Claude R. Brown. 

Purchasing Agent and County Auditor — Wm. D. Joyce. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Sidney L. Segall. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Raymond G. Nathan. 

Judge Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court — Walter H. 

Beckham. 
Judge Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court — W. R. Cul- 

brealh. 
Probation & Parole Officer — R. B. Eavenson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Faris N. Cowart, 1430 S. W. 12th Ave., Miami. 
District No. 1— Robert M. Haveriield, 748 Seybold Bldg., 

Miami 
District No. 2— Edwin Lee Mason, 18401 N. W. 17th Ave., 

Opa-Locka. 
District No. 2— Benjamin C. McGahey, 921 N.E. 99th Street, 

Miami. 
District No. 3— John B. McLeod, 2230 NW 8th Ave., Miami. 
District No. 3 — Joseph A. Boyd, Jr., 166 Hialeah Drive, 

Hialeah. 
District No. 4— Ralph A. Fossey, 9390 South Ludlum Road, 

Miami. 
District No. 4— W. Weiss, 104 N.W. 20th St., Homestead. 
District No. 5— Charles F. Hall, 1491 Lincoln Terrace, Miami 

Beach. 
District No. 5 — Alexander S. Gordon, 2405 N. Meridian Ave., 

Miami Beach. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 471 

City of Miami District— Arthur H. Patten, Jr., 3500 East Glen- 
coe St., Miami. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Robert S. Butler, 123 N.E. 97th St., Miami Shores. 

Mrs. Helene J. Vosloh, 973 Hunting Lodge, Dr., Miami Springs. 

C. Raymond Van Dusen, 7930 S.W. 78th St., Miami. 

C. T. McCrimmon, 1552 S.W. 1st St., Miami. 

Anna Brenner Meyers, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. 

Mrs. Jane S. Roberts, 2600 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables. 

Jesse H. Yarborough, Shoreland Building, Miami, 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Hugh F. Duval, Jr., 1101 NE 90th St., Miami. 
District No. 2— Francis J. Christie, 6901 SW 4th St., Miami. 
District No. 3 — Ruth L. Sutton, 513 San Estaban Avenue, 

Coral Gables. 
District No. 4 — Sylvester P. Adair, 432 N. Washington Ave., 

Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Malvin Englander, 311 Lincoln Road, Miami 

Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. M. (Newt) Hudson, 4001 N.W. 11th Ave., 
Miami. 

District No. 2— George F. Rogers, 211 S.W. 67th Ave., Miami. 

District No. 3— Thelma R. Hardison, 3170 S.W. 18th St., 
Miami. 

District No. 4— George E. Wright, Rt. 1, Box 323-B, Home- 
stead. 

District No. 5 — Rocky Pomerance, 311 Lincoln Road, Miami 
Beach. 

DeSOTO 
county seat — arcadia 

County Judge — Gordon Hayes. 

Sheriff— Lloyd R. Holton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Avant. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Margaret McAnly. 

Tax Collector — Quitmon Brown. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Charles O. Weaver. 



472 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Prosecuting Attorney — William W. Dishong. 
Supervisor of Registration — Tom W. Pate. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harold Garner, Arcadia. 

District No. 2— J. Maston Bates, Box 729, RFD 2, Arcadia. 

District No. 3 — Henry M. Lanier, Arcadia. 

District No. 4 — George W. Proctor, Nocatee. 

District No. 5— J. A. Craft, P. O. Box 348, Arcadia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

William R. Barnwell, Rt. 1, Box 277, Arcadia. 

George W. Boring, 142 So. Sumter Ave., Arcadia. 

Harold S. Johnson, Nocatee. 

E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 

T. R. Brown, P. O. Box 188, Arcadia. 

DIXIE 

COUNTY SEAT — CROSS CITY 

County Judge — Ike C. Harmon. 

Sheriff— Al Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. B. Sanders. 

Tax Collector— D. E. Butler. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Hilton F. Jones. 

Supervisor of Registration — Willie Gene Odlund. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — Royal C. Dunn. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Warren Barber, Cross City. 
District No. 2 — Niven Keen, Oldtown. 
District No. 3 — Hal Chewning, Cross City. 
District No. 4— C. C. Wilder, Sr., Cross City. 
District No. 5 — George Peacock, Horse Shoe Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

C. E. Webb, P. O. Box M, Cross City. 
Hildred McCaskill, Cross City. 
L. E. Ross, Steinhatchee. 
W. L. Stephenson, Branford. 
Lawrence Knight, Cross City. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 473 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

(None) 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jack Fuquay, Box 512, Cross City. 
District No. 2— Edgar Futch, Box 98, Cross City. 

DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT — JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — ^McKenney J. Davis. 

Sheriff — Dale Carson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — ^Leonard W. Thomas. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Kathleen L. Hartley. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Wm. T. Harvey. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — A. Lloyd Layton. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — ^Lacy Mahon, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Leon E. Forbes. 

Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ish Brant. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fleming H. Bowden. 

Judge Small Claims Court — W. Shannon Linning. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Marion W. Gooding. 

Judge Civil Court of Record — Burton Barrs. 

Probation and Parole Officer — P. Bedford Wright. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1^. B. Mallard, Sr., Rt. 2, Box 255, Baisden Rd., 
Jacksonville. 

District No. 2 — Ray Greene, 8211 E. Concord Blvd., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, 410 Smith St., Jacksonville. 

District No. 4 — Julian Warren, Baymer Bldg., Jacksonville 2. 

District No. 5 — Joe Burnett, 4031 W. Alhambra Dr., Jackson- 
ville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Raymond A. David, P. O. Box 3435, Jacksonville 6. 
Martinez Baker, 722 E. Edgewood Avenue, Jacksonville. 
A. E. (Gene) Stokes, P. O. Box 54, Whitehouse. 
Charles W. Johnson, Jr., 2099 Park Street, Jacksonville 4. 
Ned Pete Searcy, 809 Bamett Bank Building, Jacksonville. 



474 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — R. D. Pendarvis, Jr., Dinsmore, Florida. 

District No. 3— L. C. Oliver, P. O. Box 85, Baldwin. 

District No. 4— Geo. A. Harris, 723 N. McDuff Ave., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 5 — D. Harley Giddens, P. O. Box 416, Jackson- 
ville Beach. 

District No. 8— Steve J. Targonski, P. O. Box 8, Bayard. 

District No. 9— Genevieve K. Medlock, 344 W. 62nd St., 
Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — Dorcas B. Drake, 724 Liberty St., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 11— Sarah Bryan, 422 W. 8th St., Jacksonville. 

DistrictNo. 12— T. O. (Tom) Holmes, 1506 Hendricks Ave., 
Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — ^D. M. Keen, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3— Emory V. Roberts, P. O. Box 118, Baldwin. 

District No. 4— Lonnie A. Sikes, 723 N. McDuff Ave., Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 5— Frank E. Brunson, Jr., P. O. Box 291, Jack- 
sonville Beach. 

District No. 8— R. G. (Judge) Hartley, Rt. 8, Box 852, Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 9 — George H. Brown, Jr., 3841 Notter Ave., Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 10 — J. R. Carmichael, 724 Liberty St., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 11 — A. M. Stephens, 2549 Ernest St., Jacksonville. 

District No. 12— W. T. (Bill) Woodward, 5676 Orangewood 
Rd., Jacksonville. 

ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 

Sheriff— Emmett Shelby. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 

Judge of the Court of Record — Ernest E. Mason. 

Judge of the Court of Record — Kirke M. Beall. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 475 

Judge, Juvenile Division of the Court of Record — ^Theodore 

F. Bruno. 
Clerk of the Court of Record — Ernie Lee Magaha. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^Wm. J. Woodham, Jr. 
Supervisor of Registration — Joe Oldmixon. 
County Assessor of Taxes — M. B. Jones. 
Tax Collector — Ben L. Davis. 

Judge Small Claims Court — William H, Anderson. 
County Solicitor — Henry R. Barksdale. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Vincent A. Caro, 1109 E. DeSoto, Pensacola. 

District No. 2— A. S. Cobb, 61 W. Hernandez St., Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — Royal Untreiner, 4448 Mobile Highway, Pensa- 
cola. 

District No. 4 — Jno. R. Jones, Jr., 2005 North Escambia 
Avenue, Pensacola. 

District No. 5— W. M. Powell, 616 Palm Court, Pensacola. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

A. S. Edwards, 1517 N. 9th Avenue, Pensacola. 
F. M. Blount, 255 W. Brainard St., Pensacola. 
L. D. McArthur, 2600 West Lloyd St., Pensacola. 
Clyde A. Harrison, 300 2nd St., EPH, Pensacola. 
Peter R. Gindl, Rt. 2, Box 450, Cantonment. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Edna Brazwell, 503 N. Green St., Pensacola. 
District No. 2— L. B. Morgan, Rt. 6, Box 218-Ferry Pass Rd., 

Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — E. G. Archer, Rt. 1, Box 27, Cantonment. 
District No. 4— Billy Glenn Ward. Rt. 1, Box 122, Atmore, 

Alabama. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— J. E. (Al) Harrison, 2709 W. Gadsden St., 

Pensacola. 
District No. 2— W. J. (Billy) Kelson, 135 N. Government, 

Pensacola. 
District No. 3— Nolen L. Booker, P. O. Box 227, Cantonment. 
District No. 4 — Grover C. Blanton, McDavid. 



47e REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

FLAGLER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUNNELL 

County Judge — Duane A. Deen. 

Sheriff — Homer W. Brooks. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ralph E. Harbert. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector— J. F. Mercer. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Z. D. Holland. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Gladys Deen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John A. Clegg, Bunnell. 

District No. 2 — Geo. E. Wickiine, Flagler Beach. 

District No. 3— C. H. Cowart, Bunnell. 

District No. 4— Alfred R. Tucker, RED 1, Bunnell. 

District No. 5— E. A. Hunter. RED #1, Bunnell. i 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 1 

Herschel C. King, Bunnell. 
Raymon F. Tucker, Bunnell. 
W. L. Dunson, RED #1, Bunnell. 
Harold Emery, RED #1, Bunnell. 
Roy E. Likins, Box 132, Marineland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— R. A. Powell, P. O. Box 385, Bunnell 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Phihp A. Edmonson, Bunnell. 

FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT — APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — Raymond M. Witherspoon. M 

Sheriff— Herbert O. Marshall. 1 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert L, Howell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Fred W. Richards. 

Tax Collector— Oscar C. Melvin. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Curtis McLean. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Clifford C. Land, East Point. 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 477 

District No. 2 — Peter W. Comforter, Apalachicola. 

District No. 3 — J. G. Bruce, Apalachicola. 

District No. 4 — Charles A. Marks, Jr., Apalachicola. 

District No. 5— H. L. Cook, P. O. Box 1009, Carrabelle. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Geo. W. Creamer, Box 36, East Point. 

Milton Houseman, Apalachicola. 

J. P. Massey, P. O. Box 1226, Carrabelle. 

Harry H. Falk, Apalachicola. 

Paul Wasmund, Apalachicola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

(none) 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Clyde M. Melvin, P. O. Box 363, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3— C. H. Miller, East Point. 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT — QUINCY 

County Judge — H. Y. Reynolds. 

Sheriff— Otho Edwards. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edwin Baur. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Tewy McPherson. 

Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — M. D. Walker. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Lines. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. Love Hutchinson. 

County Surveyor — James D. Shelf er. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Fred G. Shelfer, Havana. 

District No. 2 — E. P. Woodward, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — H. B. Hirt, Chattahoochee. 

District No. 4 — Thomas Smith, Quincy. 

District No. 5— T. L. Maxwell, P. O. Box 230, Quincy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Cecil V. Butler, Havana. 
John C. Hinson, Quincy. 



478 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

E. H. Fletcher, Greensboro. 
Coleman O. Bevis, Chattahoochee. 
H. E. Morgan, Box 528, Quincy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — ^W. A. McDearmid, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Adrian Anderson, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — E. D. Shepard, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT — TRENTON 

County Judge — E. M. Akins. 
Sheriff— Clyde L. Williams. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Horace Thomas. 
County Assessor of Taxes — A. M. Quincey. 
Tax Collector— M. J. Hall. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — G. Carl Roberts- 
Supervisor of Registration — Miss Nellie Langston. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jack Rowell, Trenton. 

District No. 2 — Cecil Corbin, Trenton. 

District No. 3— W. O. Cannon, Bell. 

District No. 4 — Cecil Perkins, Bell. 

District No. 5 — Eudell Watson, High Springs 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Charlie Jones, Trenton. 
C. K. Bryant, Trenton. 
J. C. Cannon, Bell. 
Clyde Townsend, Bell. 
Aubrey Watson, High Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Paul L. Everett, Trenton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — N. L. Curry, Trenton. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 479 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT — MOORE HAVEN 

County Judge — James C. Fountain. 

Sheriff — Roy D. Lundy. 

Clerk Circuit Court— J. H. Dilley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. C. Sealey. 

Tax Collector— Cecile Y. Pape. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Edgar D. Lee. 

Supervisor of Registration — Esther B. Klutts. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. S. Aly, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2 — Sam Farabee, Box 95, LaBelle 
District No. 3— William H. Peeples, Rt. 1, Moore Haven 
District No. 4— Vance W. Whidden, Box 286, Moore Haven 
District No. 5 — L. N. Joumigan, Moore Haven. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Thomas E. Weathers. Box 578, Moore Haven. 
Tommy W. Bronson, Moore Haven. 
Bette Davis, P. O. Box 203, Moore Haven. 
Mrs. Mary Joe Zehntner, Moore Haven. 
Wendell Click, Rt. 2, Moore Haven. 

GULF 

COUNTY SEAT — WEWAHITCHKA 

County Judge — Sam P. Husband. 

Sheriff— Byrd E. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. Y. Core. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 

Tax Collector — Harland O. Pridgeon. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 

Supervisor of Registration — C. G. Rish (Mrs.) 

Prosecuting Attorney — Silas R. Stone. 

Judge, Small Claims Court — B. B. Conklin. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. J. Strickland, Wewahitchka, 

District No. 2— E. C. Harden, Sr., Box 170, Wewahitchka. 



480 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No, 3— G. S. Croxton, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 4 — Coleman W. Tharpe, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 5— Geo. W. Cooper, P. O. Box 726, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

William Roemer, Rt. 1, Wewahitchka. 
Carter Ward, P. O. Box 164, Port St. Joe. 
Otis Pyle, 511 7th Street, Port St. Joe. 
C. E. Boyer, 514 Fourth St., Port St. Joe. 
J. K. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT — JASPER 

County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 

Sheriff — Charhe Rhoden. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Thelma Lewis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. W. Register. 

Tax Collector — Naomi Johns. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^Harry T. Reid. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ann C. Malpas. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. L. Cunningham, Rt. 1, Box 65, Jennings. 

District No. 2— S. L. Smith, RFD, Jennings. 

District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Route 4, Jasper. 

District No. 4 — Aaron Hogan, Jasper. 

District No. 5 — Jerry B. Smith, Route 1, Jasper. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Johnny Butler, Jennings. 

Allen B. Tyre, Jasper. 

Frank Matthews, Jasper. 

E. V. Stormant, Rt. 1, White Springs. 

Clyde B. Hunter, Route 4, Jasper. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT — WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 

Sheriff— E. Odell Carlton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ben Coker. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 481 

County Assessor of Taxes — Anna Mae Taylor. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Ezell. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — H. B. Dominick. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lome Yetter. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — Latimer C. Farr. 

County Attorney to Board of County Commissioners — ^Hoyt 

Carlton. 
County Attorney to School Board — John J. Nedza. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. J, Johnson, Bowling Green. 

District No. 2 — Lee Hanchey, Wauchula. 

District No. 3— Clayton Terrell, Ona. 

District No, 4 — Luke Waldron, Rt. 1, Zolpho Springs. 

District No. 5 — Aldon Jones, Route 2, Wauchula. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

J. A. (Josh) Albritton, Jr., Box 217, Bowling Green. 
R. L. Fisher, Wauchula. 
Jimmie Mixon, Rt. 2, Wauchula. 
T. J. (Tom) Simmons, Wauchula. 
D. R. Stewart, Zolfo Springs. 

HENDRY 

COUNTY SEAT — LA BELLE 

County Judge — R. M. Harris. 

Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Dorothy Moore. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 

Tax Collector— A. O. Ward. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Agnes Y. Thomas. 

County Attorney — Harry P. Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall, 

Judge Small Claims Court — Selden L, Stewart. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No, 1— Campbell E, Nail, P, O, Box 433, Clewiston. 
District No, 2— J, O. Davidson, LaBelle, 
District No. 3— Gene Ham, Box 393, LaBelle. 



482 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4— R. C. Nowling, Box 983, Clewiston. 
District No. 5 — Gratton H. George, Clewiston. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

R. M. "Bob" Hare, Jr., Box 203, Clewiston. 

Mildred Taylor Feller, LaBelle. 

J. R. Spratt, P. O. Box 236, LaBelle. 

John B. Boy, Clewiston. 

Claud M. Giddens, P. O. Box 145, Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Charles B. "Tubby" Owens, Clewiston. 
District No. 2— Wesley G. Starling, Box 145, LaBelle. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— G. H. Small, P. O. Box 549, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — O. L. Langford, Jr., LaBelle. 

HERNANDO 

COUNTY SEAT — BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — Monroe W. Treiman. 

Sheriff — Sim L. Lowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leamon Q. Vam. 

County Assessors of Taxes — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector — Irene B. Kilpatrick. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — John W. Hall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ada C. Law. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— L. T. Patrick, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — Thomas R. Dawson, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Guy Harris, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — Arthur L. Snow, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — James Griffin, Brooksville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Frank W. Springstead, Box 217, Brooksville. 

B. A. Crum, Brooksville. 

Pierce K. Kimbrough, Rt. 3, Box 243-K, Brooksville. 

E. J. Cook, Brooksville. 

Fred G. Lewis, Rt. #3, Box 20, Brooksville. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 483 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — W. E. Hope, Brooksville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Wilbur Smith, Brooksville, 
District No. 4 — Joe Plummer, Brooksville. 

HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT — SEEKING 

County Judge — Mervin Rehrer. 
Sheriff — Broward Coker. 
Clerk Circuit Court— H. T. Piety. 
County Assessor of Taxes — P. G. Gearing. 
Tax Collector— Wm. H. Prescott. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — Fred Wild. 
Supervisor of Registration — R. X. Droit. 
Judge Small Claims Court — David F. Lanier. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. H. Grice, Route 1, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — Eugene Hamlin, 624 Evanston St., Sebring. 
District No. 3— Sol McClelland, Box 12, Comwell. 
District No. 4 — James G. Creel, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — Sidney W. Cooper, Box 223, Sebring. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

E. Ray Wells, Box 818, Avon Park. 

Ted Cason, Sebring. 

John W. Wirick, P. O. Box 388, Lake Placid. 

S. F. Longbottom, P. O. Box 366, Avon Park. 

Henry G. Bailey, 17 North Ridgewood Drive, Sebring. 

HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SEAT — TAMPA 

County Judge — ^Wm. C. Brooker. 

Sheriff— Ed. Blackburn, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James F. Taylor, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — L. D. Simmons. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — L. A. Grayson. 



484 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Paul B. Johnson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. R. Walden. 

Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. Crockett Famell. 

County Surveyor — Edw. H. Burton. 

Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 

Judge Juvenile Court — O. D. Howell, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Elbert Moore, 6510 20th Street, Tampa. 

District No. 2— Rudy H. Rodriguez, P. O. Box 1110, Tampa. 

District No, 3 — Roy Haynes, Box 1110, Tampa. 

District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Box 1110, Tampa. 

District No. 5 — Ellsworth G. Simmons, Ruskin. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Al Chiaramonte, P. O. Box 2250, Tampa. 
Marvin Green, 3707 Obispo, Tampa. 
Glenn C. Bullock, 1st Nat'l Bank, Tampa. 
Frank M. Henderson, 511 N. Evers St., Plant City. 
Clyde F. McLeod, Riverview, Florida. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— W. Marion Hendry, 6208 Bayshore Blvd., 

Tampa. 
District No. 2— Ward HoUoway, P. O. Box 894, Plant City. 

CONSTABLES 

DDistrict No. 1— Malcolm E. Beard, Court House, Tampa. 
District No. 2— James L. Brannen, Rt. 2, Box 309, Plant City. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT — BONIFAY 

County Judge — Comer White. 
Sheriff — Cletus Andrews. 
Clerk Circuit Court — J. B. Helms. 
County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 
Tax Collector — Gordon Clemmons. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — William Shouppe 
Howell. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 485 

Supervisor of Registration — Julius W. Phillips. 
County Attorney — J. Paul Griffith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. M. Ward, Route 2, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 2— J. Buford Hudson, Route 2, Westville. 
District No. 3 — Sam Ard, Route 2, Bonifay. 
District No. 4 — Nathan M. Carroll, Route 3, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — L. D. Crews, Route 1, Caryville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Leon T. Smith, Route #2, Bonifay. 
Fred H. Stripling, Westville. 
Coy W. Stafford, Route 1, Westville. 
Willis A. Hardy, Route 2, Bonifay. 
Glynn T. Meadows, Route #3, Bonifay. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY SEAT — VERO BEACH 

County Judge— Miles B. Mank, II. 

Sheriff — Sam T. Joyce. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Douglas Baker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Homer C. Fletcher. 

Tax Collector— Troy E. Moody. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. A. Thompson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John R. Gould. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Rosemary Richey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — J. Pasco Woods. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Donald MacDonald, Sebastian. 
District No. 2— J. J. P. Hamilton, Winter Beach. 
District No. 3— Robert W. Graves, Box 1172, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4— Horace H. Gifford, 1915 35th Avenue, Vero 

Beach. 
District No. 5— D. B. McCuUers, Jr., Box 1075, Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Denny R. Hendry, Box 54, Roseland. 

Jeanette B. Merriman, P. O. Box 1111, Vero Beach. 

O. D. Honeywell, 1446 19th Place, Vero Beach. 



486 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sarah F. Diamond, 1097 26th Street, Vero Beach. 
L. D. Baker, Box 67, Wabasso. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MARIANNA 

County Judge — Robert L. McCrary, Jr. 

Sheriff — Roy Roberson. 

Clerk Circuit Court— E. W. Bowles. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Harvey E. Sexton. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims, 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — John D. Milton. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — Clyde Mayhall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Lee Mitchell Williams. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. K. Powell, Graceville, Route 3. 

District No. 2— W. A. Cogburn, Cottondale. 

District No. 3 — William E. Pace, Marianna. 

District No. 4— M. D. Hill, Grand Ridge. 

District No. 5— T. W. Patrick, RED, Bascom. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 

R. B. Beall, Marianna. 

Raymond R. Bruner, Bascom 

Hubert F. Brock, Cottondale. 

B. E. Charles, P. O. Box 216, Sneads. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— A. B. Tidwell, Marianna. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — Leo Calloway, Marianna. 
District No. 12— Sidney P. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 14— W. F. Thomas, Graceville. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Kenneth E. Cooksey. 
Sheriff— J. B. Thomas. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 487 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ike Anderson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker, 

Tax Collector— R. J. Taylor. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Desmond M. Bishop. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry C. Hamilton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ed Ritter, Jr. 

Judge Small Claims Court — ^W. M. Scruggs, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Norman H. Hartsfield, RFD 3, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — George Demott, Monticello. 
District No. 3— Ed B. Bailey, Jr., Monticello. 
District No. 4 — Fred Stokley, Monticello. 
District No. 5— Butler Walker, Route 2, Lloyd. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

L. G. Morris, Monticello. 

Arthur L. Herndon, Rt. 3, Monticello. 

W. H. Floyd, Rt. 1, Lamont. 

J. Franklin Wooten, Rt. 2, Monticello. 

B. F. (Benny) Hightower, Wacissa. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

Districts No. 6 & 6a— David L. Cone, 380 Maple Street, Monti- 
cello. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Jr., Lloyd. 

Districts No. 6 & 6a— John Ashley (Tim) Woods, Monticello. 

District No. 8— Clyde C. Home, Aucilla. 

District No. 9— C. M. Peters, Lamont. 

District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY SEAT — MAYO 

County Judge— Guy M. McClain. 

Sheriff — J. W. Pridgeon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Tom Gaskin. 

County Assessor of Taxes — G. W. Hicks, Jr. 

Tax Collector— Thetis F. Dees. 



488 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Philip A. Clark. 
Supervisor of Registration — Lavem Hicks. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Wilson Buchanan, RFD #1, Mayo. 
District No. 2— Hay ward Folsom, RFD #1, Mayo. 
District No. 3— Ovedia McCray, RFD #2, Mayo. 
District No. 4— Nathan Hill, Rt. 1, Box 106, Branford. 
District No. 5 — Lewin Jones, Star Route, Mayo. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Dale Buchanan, Rt. 1, Mayo. 
Herman Frier, RFD 1, Mayo. 
R. C. Land, Rt. 2, Box 84, Mayo. 
Marvin O. Sullivan, RFD 2, Mayo. 
Albert Land, Mayo. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

(Non) 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— L. J. Byrd, RFD #2, Branford. 
District No. 2— C. F. (Dick) Hart, Mayo. 

LAKE 

COUNTY SEAT — TAVARES 

County Judge— W. Troy Hall, Jr. 

Sheriff— Willis V. McCaU. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Frank E. Owens. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. G. Cassady. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. Pearl L. CuUen. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — L. J. Jenkins. 

County Surveyor — T. O. Moorhead. 

Supervisor of Registration — Katherine L. Baker. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Robert E. Pierce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Cecil C. Theus, Box 612, Leesburg. 

District No. 2 — J. C. Cowart, Mascotte. 

District No. 3 — Jack H, Hooten, Box 488, Clermont. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 489 

District No. 4—0. M. Simpson, Box 526, Mount Dora. 
District No. 5 — Fred E. Cross, Altoona. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

M. O. Buster Williams, Box 97, Mt. Dora. 

L. M. Holloway, Jr., 805 Wilson Avenue, Leesburg. 

Edwin Mattson, Jr., Box 328, Mascotte. 

Fred H. Adkinson, Minneola. 

Paul William Bryan, P. O. Box 314, Umatilla. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. MYERS 

County Judge — Elmer O. Friday, Jr. 

Sheriff — Flanders Thompson. 

Clerk Circuit Court— D. T. Farabee. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. Stanley Hanson, Jr. 

Tax Collector — James B. Roberts. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ray Tipton. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Frank A. Pavese. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Clarence Clutz. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Charles M. Roberts. 

County Surveyor — J. C. Amis, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Mack H. Jones, 1266 Bridge Road, Fort Myers. 
District No. 2— George S. Hunter, Box 808, Fort Myers. 
District No. 3 — Herman Hastings, 404 N. Danley Drive, Page 

Park, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 4— J. Fred Huber, Box 1373. Fort Myers. 
District No. 5 — Wilson Pigott, 4450 Glenwood Avenue, Tice. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Earl Hord, 2543 Second Street, Fort Myers. 
Carl J. Michael, 2613 Cleveland Avenue, Fort Myers. 
Walter F. Hasley, Rt. 2, Box 341, Fort Myers. 
Comer J. Bowden, 2329 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers. 
Gilbert H. Moore, Rt. 2, Fort Myers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

(None) 



490 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Kingsmore Johnson, Jr., Box 194, Boca 
Grande. 

LEON 

COUNTY SEAT — TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — James C. Gwynn. 

Sheriff— W. P. Joyce. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George G. Crawford. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John P. Brown. 

Tax Collector— W. Kenneth Collins. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Amos P. Godby. 

County Surveyor — Broward P. Davis. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Sylvan Strickland. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Hattie L. Coles. 

Judge Small Claims Court — William F. Daniel, 

Judge Juvenile Court — Rufus O. Jefferson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. B. Levins, 821 Ingleside, Tallahassee. 

District No. 2— J. Christie Hall, 1831 Meridian Road, Talla- 
hassee. 

District No. 3— J. G. Whiddon, 210 W. Gaines, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4— H. G. Easterwood, 1854 Belle Vue Way, Talla- 
hassee. 

District No. 5— Thomas I. Brown, Jr., P. O. Box 583, Talla- 
hassee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

W. T. Moore, Jr., P. O. Box 986, Tallahassee. 

J. D. Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 411, Tallahassee. 

T. B. Revell, 2405 Jackson Bluff Road, Tallahassee. 

Louis Hill, P. O. Box 269, Tallahassee. 

J. Allen Stiles, Jr., c/o Cherokee Hotel, Tallahassee. 

LEVY 

COUNTY SEAT — BRONSON 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Anderson. 

Sheriff— J. W. Turner. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ernest Stephens. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 491 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dogan S. Cobb. 

Tax Collector — John H. Hardee. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Alvin E. Mikell. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louise N. Sale. 

Prosecuting Attorney — S. E. Wasson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carroll W. Gilbert, Bronson. 
District No. 2— David W. Meeks, Chiefland. 
District No. 3 — John F. Yearty, Gulf Hammock. 
District No. 4 — Pete Baylor, Cedar Key. 
District No. 5— Wardell R. Fugate, WiUiston. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Stewart B. Brock, RFD, Trenton. 

Burton J. Walrath, Cedar Key. 

Elliot W. Whitehurst, WiUiston. 

Cecil A. Stanley, P. O. Box 368, Chiefland. 

Richard A. Lynch, Box 131, Yankeetown. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT — BRISTOL 

County Judge — J, Rayburn Peddie. 

Sheriff — L. C. Rankin. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. Woodward. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. F. Bateman. 

Tax Collector — A. L. Summers. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Jack H. Summers. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bessie Reece. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Howard Hornsby, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 2 — George Norris Peddie, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Frank J. Kirkland, Sumatra. 
District No. 4— D. L. Sykes, Hosford. 
District No. 5— Joe Edd Ward, Telogia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Clifford Whittle. Rock Bluff. 
J. A. Walden, Bristol. 



492 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clyde C. Sumner, Bristol. 
D. F. Loney, Jr., Hosford. 
Alfred A. Beck, Telogia. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Albert Evans, Bristol. 
District No. 4— J. W. Howell, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Rufus Reddick, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — Fate Ferrell, Hosford, 

MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT — MADISON 

County Judge — Curtis D. Earp. 

Sheriff — Sinimie H. Moore. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Dale M. Leslie. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector— Pat Millinor. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Griffin Bishop. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

Surveyor — John W. Wadsworth. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Alice C. Williams. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilbur G. Rutherford, Madison. 

District No. 2 — Elzie King, Route 4, Greenville. 

District No. 3 — Grover C. Cone, Greenville. 

District No. 4— D. W. Chason, Rt. 3, Greenville. 

District No. 5 — Coleman Richardson, Route 2, Madison. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Alex H. Smith, 403 Base Street. 

Russ Dugan, Rt. 3, Madison. 

T. P. McLeod, Jr., Greenville. 

W. H. (Billy) Bailey, Jr., RFD, Shady Grove. 

Marcus W. Cherry, Jr., Lee. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 493 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Frank Littleton, Madison. 
District No. 2— Clyde Walker, Box 32, Madison. 
District No. 5 — A. L. Leggett, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James E. Collins, Madison. 
District No. 2— A. E. Fraleigh, Jr., Madison. 
District No. 5 — A. O. Sistrunk, Greenville. 

MANATEE 

COUNTY SEAT — BRADENTION 

County Judge — Robert E. Hensley. 

Sheriff— Roy F. Baden. 

Clerk Circuit Court— M. T. Mclnnis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James A. Howze, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. Hartley Blackburn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Walter R. Talley. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Sharer. 

County Surveyor — ^Karl Squires. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— John G. Jones, 101 15th Street, W. Bradenton. 
District No. 2— H. C. Slaughter, 2216 7th St., Palmetto. 
District No. 3 — Irwin Klemmer, Rt. 3, Box 84K, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — Ebner Bustle, 809 Orange Ridge Road, East 

Bradenton. 
District No. 5— Tom W. Jennings, P. O. Box 1236, Bradenton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

J. P. Harllee, Jr., P. O. Box 8, Palmetto. 

Robert E. Willis, 1212 Manatee Avenue, W., Bradenton. 

Mary E. Mulvee, 3330 9th St., East, Bradenton. 

R. H. Prine, Box 69, Bradenton. 

Walter W. Council, Route 2, Palmetto. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— Frank Schaub, 318 12th St. West, Bradenton. 
District No. 11— Joe E. Michael, Jr., P. O. Box 92, Parrish. 



494 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Raymond D. Ely, 805 15th Avenue, Palmetto. 
District No. 6— Henry W. Johnson, 117 29th St., W. Bra- 

denton. 
District No. 11— T. A. Hendry, P. O. Box 16, Parrish. 

MARION 

COUNTY SEAT — OCALA 

County Judge — Lewis O. Myers, Jr. 

Sheriff— F. L. McGehee. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John F. Nicholson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Ernest C. Nott. 

Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Broward Lovell. 

County Surveyor — Jack W. Jernigan. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fannie R. Pasteur. 

Judge Small Claims Court — William F. Blowers. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. L. Tomlinson, Box 306, Ocala. 
District No. 2— E. E. Mills, Morriston. 
District No. 3 — Vernon Goin, Route 2, Box 124, Ocala. 
District No. 4— W. A. Perkins, Jr., 108 S. Main St., Ocala. 
District No. 5— Julius C. Martin, Fort McCoy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

George W. Newsom, 235 S. Central St., Ocala. 

B. B. Beck, Rt. 3, Ocala. 

Key Scales, Jr., Weirsdale. 

W. W. Griffin, Jr., 1130 Oneota Street, Ocala. 

Louis H. Marsh, Eureka. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY SEAT — STUART 

County Judge — Evans Crary, Jr. 
Sheriff— Roy C. Baker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. Dorothy Pierce. 
County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson. 
Tax Collector— L. C. Kickliter. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 495 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^Thomas L. Crook. 
Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 
Supervisor of Registration — Zola Blakeslee. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Theodore C. Houk. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Seymour Gideon, Box 2165, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 2— Marvin H. Rowell, Box 1271, Stuart. 
District No. 3— E. J. Arnold, P. O. Box 51, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4— C. W. Leighton, P. O. Box 323, Stuart. 
District No. 5— Guy F. Boyd, P. O. Box 814, Stuart. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

T. R. Hellier, Jensen Beach. 

Henry G. Kindred, Box 392, Stuart. 

Mrs. Ted R. Chambers, Box 176, Hobe Sound. 

Frank DeStefano, Box 323, Stuart. 

O. D. Hataway, Box 2, Indiantown. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — James W. Pegram, Box 5, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Caveny, Box 152, Indiantown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Marvin H. Crowe, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Dease, Box 123, Indiantown. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT — KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 

Sheriff — John M. Spottswood. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Earl R. Adams. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Harry Dongo. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Thomas S. Caro. 

Solicitor, Criminal Court Record — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Eva Warner Gibson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Joe Allen. 

Tax Collector — Howard E. Wilson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Horace O'Bryant. 

Supervisor of Registration — William Billy Freeman. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Paul E. Esquinaldo. 



496 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. Maitland Adams, 1101 Casa Marina Court, 

Key West. 

District No. 2— William A. Freeman, Jr., 724 Eaton St., Key 

West. 

District No. 3— Clarence S. Higgs, 517 Grinnell St., Key West. 

District No. 4— Gerald Saunders, 1716 South St., Key West. 

District No. 5 — Harry Harris, Tavernier. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

William R. Warren, Jr., P. O. Box 226, Key West. 
Gerald H. Adams, P. O. Box 230, Key West. 
Keller Watson, 917 Southard Street, Key West. 
Glynn R. Archer, 1214 Von Phister Street, Key West. 
Ruth Alice Campbell, Box 181, Marathon. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Edelmiro Morales, 611 Grinell St., Key West. 
District No. 2— Roy Hamlin, 821 Whitehead St., Key West. 
District No. 3 — George J. Rawlins, Islamorada. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Laura R. Johnson, 1111 Southard St., Key 

West. 
District No. 2— Jose Espinosa, 821 Whitehead St., Key West. 
District No. 3— Donald MacDonald, Box 171, Marathon. 

NASSAU 

COUNTY SEAT — FERNANDINA 

County Judge — ^J. E. Weatherford. 

Sheriff — Herbert J. Youngblood. 

Clerk Circuit Court— T. W. Brown. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. N. McKendree. 

Tax Collector— Ira W. Hall. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — John T, Weisner, 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie B. Struss. 

Judge Small Claims Court — E. V. Garcia. 

County Surveyor — Hugh M. Thigpen. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 497 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— John T. Ferreira, 129 N. 4th Street, Feman- 

dina Beach. 
District No. 2 — W. N. Galphin, Femandina Beach. 
District No. 3— H. S. McKendree, Yulee. 
District No. 4— Kelly E. Walker, Hilliard. 
District No. 5— W. M. Rowe, Rt. 2, Box 87, Hilliard. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Frank E. Walters, Jr., 816 Stanley Drive, Femandina Beach. 

Hubert N. Vanzant, Hilliard. 

J. W. Higginbotham, P. O. Box 42, Callahan. 

B. T. O'Quinn, Casen Curve, Femandina Beach. 

Walter J. Murray, Rt. 1, Femandina Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Felton N. Moore, Yulee. 

District No. 5— Leon C. Hodges, P. O. Box 147, Callahan. 

District No. 6—1. T. Blake, P. O. Box 127, Hilhard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. P. Rutishauser, P. O. Box 310, Femandina 

Beach. 
District No. 5— Haywood A. Dyal, P. O. Box 34, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — R. E. Johnson, Hilliard. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osbum. 

Sheriff — Ray Wilson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cecil L. Anchors. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 

Superintendent of PubUc Instruction — Lance C. Richbourg. 

Supervisor of Registration — Gladys V. Craig. 

County Attorney — William D. Barrow. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Harry Booth. 

County Surveyor — Homer Keen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— C. L. Fleming, Laurel Hill. 



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District No. 2— Ezra N. Cook, Rt. 1, Baker. 

District No. 3— Grady Garrett, 1097 N. Pearl Street, Crest- 
view. 

District No. 4 — Garvis Wesley Nowling, Box 38, Fort Walton 
Beach. 

District No. 5— Walter S. Spence, Box 208, Niceville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

M. A. Fortune, Rt. 1, Laurel Hill. 

J. E. Brunson, Box 57, Destin. 

I. P. Cadenhead, 496 E. Cobb Avenue, Crestview. 

Bryan Smith. Rt. 1, Holt. 

Raymond L. Nicholson, Box 184, Niceville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. E. Locke, 411 Texas Avenue, Crestview. 
District No. 6— Howard W. Gill, P. O. Box 722, Ft. Walton 
Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Walter W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — J. D. Stricklin, Crestview. 
District No. 6— Carson Turlington, Box 147A, Star Rt., Ft. 
Walton Beach. 

OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SEAT — OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge — G. E. Bryant, Jr. 

Sheriff— J. C. McPherson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Haynes E. Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert La Martin. 

Tax Collector — Athleon Alderman. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Omar L. Hunt. 

Prosecuting Attorney — G. C. Durrance. 

Supervisor of Registration — Nora Bachand. 

County Surveyor — R. E. Willis. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Otis Whitehurst. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Lee Hillis, Ft. Drum, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — R. J. Robinson, Box 1384, Okeechobee. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 499 

District No. 3— J. M. Hayes, Box 624, Okeechobee. 

District No. 4 — John F. Pearce, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5— Morise Thomas, P. O. Box 87, Rt. 1, Okee- 
chobee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Salter R. Watford, Okeechobee. 

Hope L. Hendry, Box 372, Okeechobee. 

Enola H. Elledge, Okeechobee. 

J. Hubert Harden, S. W. 14th St., Okeechobee. 

Dozier Smith, P. O. Box 115, Okeechobee. 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT — ORLANDO 

County Judge — George E. Adams. 

Sheriff— S. D. Starr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Arthur W. Newell. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — Charles E. Limpus. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Richard H. Cooper. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Warren H. Edwards. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. Helen Bennett. 

Tax Collector — C. A. Cheesman. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Robert Earl Kipp. 

County Surveyor — William C. Hart. 

Supervisor of Registration — Dixie P. Barber. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Sylvan McElroy. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— James T. Cooper, 728 N. Summerlin St., Or- 
lando. 

District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Dream Lake, Apopka, Florida. 

District No. 3 — A. D. Mims, Winter Garden. 

District No. 4— F. B. Surguine, Jr., 218 E. Copeland Drive, 
Orlando. 

District No. 5— Jack W. McDowall, 1360 Alabama Drive, 
Winter Park. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Mrs. Leslie Turner, 1218 Conway Rd., Orlando, Florida. 
H. E. Smith, Apopka. 

Florence Fishback, 410 Holden Ave., Orlando. 
Robert N. Heintzelman, 600 29th Street, Orlando. 
Brantley Burcham, 1720 Ivanhoe Blvd., Orlando. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— E. G. Duckworth, 59 E. Washington St., Or- 
lando. 
District No. 2— Johnie A. McLeod, Box 1326, Apopka. 
District No. 3— C. M. Tucker, P. O. Box 484, Winter Garden. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Melvin H. Wills, 59 E. Washington St., Or- 
lando. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Box 396, Apopka. 
District No. 3— Carl G. Sanders, P. O. Box 1726, Ocoee. 

OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT — KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — O. P. Johnson. 

Sheriff— Robert M. Buckels. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Glenn Ray. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wade L. Lanier, Jr. 

Tax Collector— W. E. Pound. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — James C. Tyson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Phillip R. Kelley. 

County Surveyor — William J. Johnston. 

Supervisor of Registration — Dorothy Barber Purdy, 

Judge Small Claims Court — Fred C. Snodgrass. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Oren Brown, 14 Broadway, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2— John J. Robertson, 1013 N. Main St., Kissim- 
mee. 

District No. 3 — Eugene Simmons, Route 1, Box 63, Kissim- 
mee. 

District No. 4— Leon E. Godwin, P. O. Box 14, St. Cloud. 

District No. 5 — L. J. Harvey, Kenansville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 501 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

S. Miles Sharp, P. O. Box 273, Kissimmee. 
Ralph Yates, Kissimmee. 

Dan Armstrong, 1010 Conn. Avenue, St. Cloud. 
Mrs. Louise G. Hettinger, Box 625, St. Cloud. 
George H. Kempfer, Star Route, Melbourne. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— W. Paul Riggs, P. O. Box 332, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— James E. Mozley, Box 224, St. Cloud. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Mack McClain, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— George B. Jeffers, St. Cloud. 

PALM BEACH 

COUNTY SEAT — WEST PALM BEACH 

County Judge — Richard P. Robbins. 

Sheriff— John F. Kirk. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. Alex Amette. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Edw. G. Newell. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Hugh MacMillan. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — Charles A. Nugent, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — John B. Dunkle. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Howell L. Watkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — DeWitt Upthegrove. 

Judge Small Claims Court — F. A. Currie. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth P. Foster, 5614 N. Poinsettia Ave., 

West Palm Beach. 
District No. 2— Lake Lytal, 7200 W. Lake Dr., Lake Clark 

Shores, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3— Roy E. Michael, Jr., 304 S. "B" Street. Lake 

Worth. 
District No. 4— Ben F. Sundy, 902 N. Swinton Ave., Delray 

Beach. 
District No. 5 — Paul Rardin, Jr., Box AA, Canal Point. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Thurmond W. Knight, P. O. Box 98, Lake Park. 
Robert R. Homer, 232 Southland Road, Palm Beach. 
Harold A. Turner, P. O. Box 165, Boca Raton. 
Henry O. Earwood, P. O. Box 901, Belle Glade. 
Ralph H. Kettler, 7128 West Lake Drive, Lake Clark Shores, 
West Palm Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Alfred Weeks. Box 208, Jupiter. 

District No. 2— Kenneth R. Nix, P. O. Box 207, Lake Park. 

District No. 3— Robert H. Eaves, 20 1st Street, Arcade, West 

Palm Beach. 
District No. 4— Robert C. Johnson, 701 11th Ave., No., Lake 

Worth. 
District No. 6— Martin M. Kellenberger, 613 S.E. 4th Ave., 

Delray Beach. 
District No. 7— Robert T. Bardin, Canal Point. 
District No. 8— Mrs. Allese S. Cherry, Box 71, Belle Glade. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Glynn E. Mayo, Box 491, Jupiter. 

District No. 2— Eugene H. Pulch, 334 Illex Road, Box 215, 

Lake Park. 
District No. 3— Hugh Anderson, Box 739, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4— Thomas K. Evans, Box 378 D, Davis Rd., Lake 

Worth. 
District No. 6— W. B. Wheeler, Box 444, Delray Beach. 
District No. 7 — Francis W. Cross, Canal Point. 
District No. 8— W. R. Kirk., 148 Royal Palm Way, Belle 

Glade. 

PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT — DADE CITY 

County Judge — ^W. H, Brewton. 

Sheriff — F. Leslie Bessenger. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stanley C. Bumside. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 

Tax Collector — Cecil L, Smith. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 503 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Chester Ward Taylor, 

Jr. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dove C. Falls. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Gene H. Auvil. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Eric E. Wagner. 
County Surveyor — C. Fred Deuel. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth J. Smith, 1109 Pinellas Avenue, 

Dade City. 
District No. 2— Fred W. Gill, Box 1298, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — Melton E. Godwin, Route 1, Land-O-Lakes. 
District No. 4 — Archie E. Storch, P. O. Box 1, San Antonio. 
District No. 5 — Arthur H. Stevens, New Port Richey. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Mrs. Mack Anderton, Rt. 1, Mitchell Street, Dade City. 
Margaretta C. Witt, P. O. Box 259, Zephyrhills 
Carl Hatcher, New Port Richey, Florida. 
C. P. McCabe, San Antonio, Box 76. 
Edgar H. Kirkland, Rt. 1, Box 935, Lutz. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— George E. Henry, P. O. Box 1, Dade City. 
District No. 2— David A. Dowling, Box 382, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3— J. Gregg O'Berry, Box 272, Lacoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Paul J. Conner, P. O. Box 313, Dade City. 
District No. 2— Joseph J. Fraddosio, P. O. Box 51, New Port 

Richey. 
District No. 3 — J. E. Stanley, Box 37, Lacoochee. 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT — CLEARWATER 

County Judge — Ray E. Ulmer. 

County Judge — (Additional) — Richard A. Miller. 

Sheriff — Donald S. Genung. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Avery W. Gilkerson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. H. Sterling. 

Tax Collector — L. W. Lambert. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — Floyd T. Christian. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Royce L. Kilpatrick, 

Supervisor of Registration — Wilda J. Cook. 

County Surveyor — William H. Thompson. 

Judge of the Civil and Criminal Court of Record — Joseph P. 

McNulty. 
Judge Juvenile Court — Charles O. Parks, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Edward H. LaVoie, 1540 13th Street N., St. 

Petersburg. 
District No. 2— Harry R. Chadwick, Jr., 6780-29th Ave., N., St. 

Petersburg. 
District No. 3 — Charles R. Fischer, 112 Palmetto Lane, Largo, 
District No. 4— A. L. Anderson, 2641 Tifton Street S., GuK- 

port. 
District No. 5— R. Hosey Wick, 145 Ricardo Way, Snell Isle., 

St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Miss Frances Belcher, 1949 Belcher Rd., Largo. 

Charles E. Helman, Jr., 6356 7th Avenue North, St. Petersburg. 

Mildred E. Day, 1946 Caesar Way South, St. Petersburg. 

Elwyn C. Vevier, 103 Orangeview Street, Clearwater. 

James E. Hendry, 409 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg 4. 

Wm. H. WiUiams, 1032 Mohawk St., Clearwater. 

Marjorie D. Whitley,. 11340-6th St., East, Treasure Island. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Robert J. Pauley, 300 3rd Avenue, No., St. 
Petersburg. 

District No. 2— R. J. McDermott, First Federal Bldg., Clear- 
water. 

District No. 3 — Julius L. Adams, P. O. Box 253, Safety Harbor. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Register, 616 S. Pinellas Ave., Tarpon 
Springs. 

District No. 5— Silas E. Daniel, Jr., 1644 First Ave.. N., St. 
Petersburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Earl D. Hitchins, 4365 78th Ave., No., St. 
Petersburg. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 505 

District No. 2— George D. Massey, 1275 Belleair Blvd., Clear- 
water. 

District No. 3— Percy P. Vasbinder, Rt. 2, Box 395, Clear- 
water. 

District No. 4 — Walter H. Carey, Box 722, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Douglas A. Rodenbaugh, 14077 N. Bayshore 
Dr. Madeira Beach. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT — BARTOW 

County Judge — Chester M. Wiggins. 

Sheriff — Hagan Parrish. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. H. Sloan, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court — Robert Haslett. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Roy H. Amidon. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — J. H. Willson 

County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 

Tax Collector — Ray C. Clements. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Claude Harden, Sr. 

County Surveyor — ^F. T. Oiler. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 

Judge of the Juvenile Court — G. Bowdon Hunt. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Roy P. Gladney, P. O. Box 725, Mulberry. 
District No. 2— Julian C. Durrance, P. O. Box 805, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3— Eugene A. Laurent, P. O. Box 1022, Bartow. 
District No. 4— John B. Thornhill, 1245 E. Lake Elbert Drive, 

Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — Aldine Combee, Rt. 5, Box 1068, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Frank W. Myers, 1914 Pawnee Trail, Lakeland. 
Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 

Fitzhugh T. Read, 695 W. Stuart Street, Bartow. 
Austin T. Race, Jr., 1240 11th N.E., Winter Haven. 
P. M. Fussell, Polk City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Geo. T. Hamed, Box 515, Mulberry. 
District No. 2— Henry Mitchell, Box 185, Frostproof. 



506 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3— Frank C. Stanley, Jr., Box 222, Auburndale. 
District No. 4— Walter G. Bell, Van Skiver Bldg., Winter 

Haven. 
District No. 5— J. Tom Watson, P. O. Box 38, Lakeland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Pick Samson, Sr., P. O. Box 911, Mulberry. 
District No. 2— Harry E. Godwin, P. O. Box 3, Fort Meade. 
District No. 3— W. H. Mock, P. O. Box 702, Bartow. 
District No. 4— Otha C. Stringfellow, Box 1246, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — Monroe Brannen, P. O. Box 942, Lakeland. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT — ^PALATKA 

County Judge — Wm. E. Warren. 

Sheriff— E. W. Pellicer. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. W. Nichols, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Louis E, Tenney. 

Tax Collector— G. D. Bogue. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^William M. Thomas. 

County Surveyor — S. H. Fortune. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie T. Carswell. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Edward L. Bush. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— T. C. Douglas, Welaka. 

District No. 2 — Joseph E. Thornton, 525 Emmett St., Palatka. 

District No. 3 — Louis Broer, East Palatka. 

District No. 4 — R. B. Lilly, Florahome. 

District No. 5 — Woodrow W. Tilton, c/o Circle Bar Ranch, 
Palatka. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Geo. C. Miller, Jr., Crescent City. 

W. H. Beasley, P. O. Box 10, Palatka. 

Mrs. Loubelle Tyre Long, Rt. 3, Box 139, Palatka. 

W. W. (Bill) Stockton, 2211 Fairway Avenue, Palatka. 

Kelley Smith, P. O. Box 387, Palatka. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 507 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. M. (Jimmy) Jackson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. R. Kemp, P. O. Box 254, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Leslie B. Pigue, Box 525, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 

ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT — ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 

Sheriff— L. O. Davis, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram Faver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert Hendrick Mattox. 

Tax Collector— R. D. Hill. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — W. Douglas Hartley. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. T. F. EUzey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Robert A. Andreu. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Edgar L. Cooksey, P. O. Box 909, St. Au- 
gustine. 
District No. 2.— W. E. Byrd, Elkton. 
District No. 3 — George M. Beach, Box 186, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — Richard L, Parks, Jr., Box 870, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5— Dan F. Mickler, P. O. Box 1033, St. Augustme. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Allen D. Nease, Box 1339, St. Augustine. 

Arthur R. Kelly, 494 Arricola Avenue, St. Augustine. 

Clyde P. Smith, Hastings. 

O. A. Allbritton, 2 Masters Drive, St. Augustine. 

Edward B. LeMaster HI, Ponte Vedra Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9— M. A. Pellicer, P. O. Box 1005, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11— K. G. Bailey, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9— Noah J. Carter, Box 1233, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11— Harold Hart, P. O. Box 554, Hastings. 



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ST. LUCIE 
COUNTY SEAT FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 

Sheriff— J. R. Norvell. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. C. Baggett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Calvin P. Poppell. 

Tax Collector — Curtis M. James. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ben L. Bryan. 

Prosecuting Attorney — B. A. Bittan, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Elizabeth Summerlin. 

Surveyor — J. W. Whitice. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Walter M. Rogers. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— B. Y. Free, Box 636, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2— E. L. Taylor, Box 373, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 3— N. W. Jorgensen, Rt. 1, Box 192, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 4— Melvin E. Shaffner, Box 688, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 5— J. D. Nelson, P. O. Box 809, Fort Pierce. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

E. C. Collins, P. O. Box 466, Fort Pierce. 
M. Kirby Hayes, 810 Tumblin-Kling Rd., Fort Pierce. 
Wallace L. Gray, P. O. Box 305, Fort Pierce. 
Jack King, Rt. 3, Orange Avenue, Ft. Pierce. 
Clyde W. Cato, P. O. Box 1058, Fort Pierce. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George Williams Futch, Rt. 1, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2— E. P. DeFriest, 221 S. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Cody L. Bailey, Box 1044, Fort Pierce. 
District No. 2— S. E. Richardson, 221 So. 2nd St., Fort Pierce. 

SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT — MILTON 

County Judge— Mahlon C. McCall. 

Sheriff — Bart D. Broxson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ray C. Helms. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 509 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. Glenn Gibson. 

Tax Collector — Archie Glover. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Radford M. Locklin. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bobby Jack Rivenbark. 

County Attorney — W. D. Robertson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Albert Golden, P. O. Box 248, Milton. 
District No. 2— F. M. Fisher, Box 32. Milton. 
District No. 3— Richard (Dick) Finlay, Box 231, Jay. 
District No. 4— Wilson Whitfield, Rt. 3, Milton. 
District No. 5— Clifford Wilson, Harold. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Haywood Hanna, Jr., Milton. 

Macon Wise, Jay. 

Earl Wolfe, Rt. #3, Milton. 

Lee Brown, P. O. Box 241, Bagdad. 

Brack Hudson, Rt. 2, Box 626, MUton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Thomas S. Maddox, Box 86, Milton. 
District No. 2— Harold W. Black, P. O. Box 63, Bagdad. 
District No. 3— J. L. Abbott, Box 1, Jay. 
District No. 4— E. L. Bonifay, P. O. Box 428, Gulf Breeze. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Wade H. Cobb, Sr., Milton. 

District No. 2— Aubrey Martin, P. O. Box 265, Bagdad. 

District No. 3— C. L. Edeker, Jay. 

District No. 4 — Harvey Parker, Harold. 

District No. 5— E. J. Hardy, Rt. 1, Milton. 

SARASOTA 

COUNTY SEAT — SARASOTA 

County Judge — Russell D. Thomas. 

Sheriff — Ross E. Boyer. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. Wynne. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Miss Charlie Hagerman. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Carl C. Strode. 



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Prosecuting Attorney — Thomas H. Stokes. 
Supervisor of Registration — Virginia H. Meade. 
Judge Small Claims Court — C. J. Wiersteiner. 
County Surveyor — J. V. Mosby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edwin F. McCann, 824 N. Orange Avenue, 
Sarasota. 

District No. 2— G. Johnson Warren, 1464 Main Street, Sara- 
sota. 

District No. 3— James D. Neville, 8247 Midnite Pass Rd., 
Sarasota. 

District No. 4 — James A. Spanos, P. O. Box 2991, Sarasota. 

District No. 5— Glenn E. Potter, 3030 Bee Ridge Road, Sara- 
sota. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Richard G. Tesar, 2800 Oak Street, Sarasota. 

Philip H. Hiss, 1310 West Way Drive, Lido Shores, Sarasota. 

William D. Bellamy, P. O. Box 303, Venice. 

Barbara Parker Ingram, 1486 Hillview Drive, Sarasota. 

Guy L. Danger, 686 Beverly Drive, Sarasota. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— George S. Fosler, 2846 Riverside Dr., Sara- 
sota. 
District No. 2— R. W. Thompson, Box 128, Laurel. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Edward A. Perpente, 2106 Waldemere St., 

Sarasota. 
District No. 2— R. Bruce Rigby, P. O. Box 102, Nokomis. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT — SANFORD 

County Judge — ^Wilson Alexander. 

Sheriff— J. L. Hobby. 

Clerk Circuit Court — O. P. Hemdon. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mary E. Earle. 

Tax Collector — John L. Galloway. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — R. T. Milwee. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 511 

Prosecuting Attorney — Karlyle Housholder. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Camilla D. Bruce. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Frank Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— John Krider, P. O. Box 1276, Sanford. 
District No. 2— David M. Gatchel, 410 West 19th Street, San- 
ford. 
District No, 3 — W. L. Swofford, Altamonte Springs. 
District No. 4— Vernon W. Dunn, P. O. Box 641, Fern Park. 
District No. 5 — Homer Little, 1012 Sanford Avenue, Sanford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

John L. Brumley, Sanford. 
J. A. Bistline, Longwood. 
L. E. Jordan, Box 326, Oviedo. 
Charles F. Harrison, Geneva. 
W. A. Patrick, Sanford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Theo Aulin, Oviedo. 

District No. 4 — W. Hugh Duncan, Sanford. 

District No. 6 — Homer Sewell, Box 16, Altamonte Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — George A. Kelsey, Oviedo. 
District No. 4— J. Q. Galloway, Box 86, Sanford. 
District No. 6— W. A. Lewis, P. O. Box 213, Longwood. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUSHNELL 

County Judge — P. B. Howell. 

Sheriff— M. H. Bowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court— C. Burton Marsh. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Joe D. Caruthers, Sr. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Beville. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Herbert Simmons. 

County Surveyor — Truby W. Hunt. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr. 



512 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. W. Caruthers, Oxford. 
District No. 2 — ^Leroy Smith, Box 142, Coleman. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Palmer, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Joe Hamilton, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Melvin Carlton, Webster. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

John Wallace, P. O. Box 155, Wildwood. 

Carl L. Binger, Bushnell. 

Jack Drawdy, Webster. y 

E. R. Smith, Coleman 

Roy H. Caruthers, Oxford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— A. M. Barlow, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Donald E. Fussell, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — ^L. G. Green, Webster. 
District No. 9 — B. H. Stone, Coleman. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — Macon L. Rutland, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Sterling Giddens, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Robert Fussell, Webster. 
District No. 7— J. L. Fugate, Center Hill. 
District No. 9 — Cecil Partridge, Coleman. 

SUWANNEE 

COUNTY SEAT — LIVE OAK 

County Judge — J. M. Hearn. 

Sheriff — Hugh Lewis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John H. Rowland, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. Hubbard Gray. 

Tax Collector — Lavaughn H. Greene. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Rees Mills. 

Supervisor of Registration — Jack M. Cross, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Laure B. Roberson, Rt. 5, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— Rudolph V. Scott, Rt. 4, Box 54-A, Live Oak. 
District No. 3— Joe A. Boatright, Rt. 1, Box 113-A, Live Oak. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 513 

District No. 4— Leonard F. Stansel, Rt. 1, Box 17, Wellborn. 
District No. 5 — James F. Sanchez, Branford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Henry Vann, Duval Street, Live Oak. 

Otto Dickman, Sr., Live Oak. 

V. V. (Red) Brim, Rt. 5, Live Oak. 

John S. Flood, Live Oak Laundry, Live Oak. 

Thonis Bamett, O'Brien. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— J. T. Futch, 208 Seminole Ave., Live Oak. 
District No. 3— T. J. McKeithen, Wellborn. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George L. Knight, Live Oak. 

District No. 2 — Woodrow Ellison, Rt. 1, Live Oak, 

District No. 3 — Charles W. Johnson, Wellborn. 

District No. 4— L. D. (Drew) O'Steen, Wellborn. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT PERRY 

County Judge — Byron Butler. 

Sheriff — Maurice S. Linton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Fehx A. Parker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. J. Ezell. 

Tax Collector — Odis Murphy. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Alton H. Wentworth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Wiley Lee. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Judson B. Faircloth. 

County Surveyor — R. H. Woods. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— E. J. Tedder, Rt. 1, Box 51, Perry. 
District No. 2— Wilham H. King, P. O. Box 306, Perry. 
District No. 3— J. J. Morgan, Rt. 2, Box 446, Perry. 
District No. 4— R. L. Edwards, P. O. Box 432, Perry. 
District No. 5 — Johnnie Livingston, Box 362, Perry. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Ellis W. Lipscomb, 708 West College, Perry. 



514 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Norman C, Hendry, Rt. 1, Perry. 

J, H. Andrews, Shady Grove, Florida. 

J. Louie Adams, Rt. 2, Perry. 

Samuel S. Agner, Rt, 2, Box 41, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— E. T. Underwood, P. O. Box 493, Perry. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Henry Perry Sauls, 903 E. Green St., Perry. 
District No. 3 — J. T. Bodiford, Steinhatchee. 

UNION 

COUNTY SEAT — ^LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — S. B. Brooks. 

Sheriff— John H. Whitehead. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert A. Driggers. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Marcus Howard. 

Tax Collector— R. R. Pearce. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — T. Shephard Thomas. 

Supervisor of Registration — Beatrice Courson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Dana Duke, RFD #2, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2— Sinclair A. Bryan, P. O. Box 223, Raiford. 
District No. 3— S. M. Brown, RFD 2, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — J. R. Bielling, Jr., Lulu. 
District No. 5— Fred L. Thomas, RFD, Lulu. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Donald G. Dukes, Rt. 1, Box 137, Lake Butler. 

W. B. Bloodworth, Raiford. 

Sidney Todd, Rt. 2, Box 99c, Lake Butler. 

Silas Crawford, RFD, Lake Butler. 

Ivan Williams, Rt. 1, Lulu. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

(none) 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — R. L. Rhoden, Raiford. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 515 

VOLUSIA 
COUNTY SEAT — DELAND 

County Judge — John S. Byington. 

Sheriff— Rodney B. Thursby. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jess Mathas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Warren Jackson, 

Tax Collector— Mrs. Cornelia S. Paul. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — John H. Smiley. 

County Surveyor — Hugh F. Du Val. 

Supervisor of Registration — Katherine S. Odham. 

Judge Small Claims Court — James T. Nelson. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Max Frank Massfeller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— S. E. Stone, P. O. Box 145, DeLand. 
District No. 2— Ralph W. Richards, 126 Marion St., Daytona 

Beach. 
District No. 3— Grady B. Williamson, P. O. Box 1094, Daytona 

Beach. 
District No. 4 — James L. Dixon, 1221 Gamble Place, Daytona 

Beach. 
District No. 5— Harris M. Saxon, P. O. Box 397, New Smyrna 

Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

John F. McCallum, Box 924, DeLand. 

Horace D. Riegle, Daytona Beach. 

Mrs. Anne D, Cox, 905 S. Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna 

Beach. 
Jeanne M. Goddard, 827 N. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach. 
Monso Tatum, 730 North Cherokee Avenue, DeLand. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— J. S. Peterson, P. O. Box 134, Osteen. 
District No. 2— Charles M. Everett, Box 293, DeBary. 
District No. 4— Wallace R. Smith, 120 V2 W. New York Ave., 

DeLand. 
District No. 5 — James Oliver Taylor, Pierson. 
District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffe, DeLeon Springs, 
District No. 7— A. J. Bennett, P. O. Box 742, Ormond Beach. 



516 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No. 8 — Dan R. Warren, 550 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona 

Beach. 
District No. 9 — Henry Nagel, Box 406, Port Orange. 
District No. 10— Rob't. H. Matthews, P. O. Box 1495, New 

Smyrna Beach. 
District No. 11— Erik W. Prevatt, Seville. 
District No. 12 — Anthony J. Grezik, 400 Broadway, Daytona 

Beach. 
District No. 14— Arthur H. Bowkley, Box 27, Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Irving Veino, Jr., Box 112, Osteen. 

District No. 2 — Oscar D. Papineau, Box 403, DeBary. 

District No. 4— W. M. Slaughter, 116 N. Orange Ave., De- 
Land. 

District No. 5 — Harold L. Carlisle, Box 432, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — M. C. Bessinger, De Leon Springs. 

District No. 7 — Edward A. Marosites, Ormond Beach. 

District No. 8 — James F. Haas, 327 Maple St., Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9— Thomas F. Connolly, Box 483, Port Orange. 

District No. 10— F. R. Galbreath, 507 Ball St., New Smyrna 
Beach. 

District No. 11— Thomas S. Loadholtz, P. O. Box 45, Seville. 

District No. 12— Otis L. McCullough, 427 Zelda Blvd., Day- 
tona Beach. 

District No. 14— Alva T. Hayman, P. O. Box 636, Orange City. 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — George L. Harper. 

Sheriff— W. R. Taff. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. Moody Pearce. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wilmer A. Strickland. 

Tax Collector— J. M. Gwinn. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — C. L. Townsend. 

Supervisor of Registration — Newman R. Harper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. D. Turner, Rt. 2, Crawfordville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 517 

District No. 2— Ralph Strickland, Rt. 6, Box 147, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3— Sam W. Smith, Rt. 2, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — Willard Carter, Route 1, Crawfordville, 
District No. 5 — D. L. Strickland, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Kenneth Roberts, Route 2, Crawfordville. 

A. L. Gowdy, Rt. 6, Tallahassee. 

Owen R. Council, P. O. Box 105, Crawfordville. 

James G. Taylor, Panacea. 

S. E. Roddenberry, Sopchoppy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

(none) 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Curtis Benton, Route 6, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — Burton Forbes, Route 1, Crawfordville. 

WALTON 

COUNTY SEAT — DEFUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — Joe Dan Trotman. 

Sheriff— Curtis R. Miller. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. Leo Andrews. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Will Kelly. 

Tax Collector — Alton Renfroe. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Grey Wilson. 

County Surveyor — Garland Edwards. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. C. Burke, Ex-Officio. 

Prosecuting Attorney — S. M. Preacher. 

Judge Small Claims Court— M. C. Burke. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George A. McLeod, Red Bay. 

District No. 2— O. O. Thompson, Westville. 

District No. 3— Hubert Bell, Route 2, Box 92, DeFuniak 

Springs. 
District No. 4 — Coy Burgess, Rt. 1, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — Albert B. Gavin, Freeport. 



518 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Howard H. Griffith, Rt. 3, Box 55, DeFuniak Springs. 

Hewett Lindsay, DeFuniak Springs. 

Cortez Cadenhead, Freeport. 

Hubert R. Adkinson, DeFuniak Springs. 

Colen Gunn Douglas, Rt. 1, Box 99, DeFuniak Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Forest N. Campbell, P. O. Box 1, Lakewood. 
District No. 4 — George Dandelakis, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — Rupert R. Ray, Rt. 1, Ponce De Leon. 
District No. 6 — Festus Pippin, Freeport. 
District No. 10— D. M. Sweeney, Mossy Head. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Charlie Beck, Rt. 3, Box 134, DeFuniak 

Springs. 

District No. 2— John Perkins, Rt. 2, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Gehew H. Linton, Route South, Ponce De 

Leon. 

District No. 6 — Loyce V. Senterfitt, Box 61, Free Port. 

District No. 8 — Vincent F. Germanese, Santa Rosa Beach. 

District No. 10— W. T. Cox, Mossy Head. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT CHIPLEY 

County Judge — Fred T. Bennett. 

Sheriff — George Watts, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Loran L. Cook. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Bedie Owen. 

Tax Collector — H. W. Varnum. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — William T. McFatter, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bryan Register. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Walter T. Cook, Route 1, Vernon. 
District No. 2 — Otis N. Hinson, Chipley. 
District No. 3 — David J, Cook, Vernon. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 519 

District No. 4— W. M. Nelson, Route 1, Cottondale. 
District No. 5 — Leslie Roberts, Route 2, Chipley. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

C. H. Brock, RFD, Bonifay. 
J. A. Douglas, Chipley. 
J. E. Haddock, Vernon. 
FarreU L. Nelson, Chipley. 
W. Lee Wood, Box 37, Wausau. 



INDEX 



A 

Accountancy, State Board of 68 

Administration, Board of 63 

Advisory Cotincil on Education 79 

Advisory Council for the Rehabilitation of Alcolholics 69 

Agricultural Marketing Board 63 

Agricultural and Mechanical University Hospital, Board of Trus- 
tees of the, Florida 82 

Air Polluition Control Commission, Florida 68 

Alcoholics, Advisory Council for the Rehabilitation of 69 

APPENDIX 449 

Apprenticeship Council, Florida Industrial Commission 86 

Architects, Registered by the Florida State Board of Architec- 
ture 244 

Architecture, State Board of 69 

Assistant State Attorneys 40 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, Special Officers 103 

Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission 69 

Attorneys, Assistant State 40 

Attorneys, County 53 

Attorneys, Pi'osecutlng 51 

Attorneys, State 38 

Auditor, State 69 

Automobile cases against non-resident operators 253 

Avocado and Lime Commission, Florida 69 

B 

Barbers' Sanitary Commission 70 

Basic Sciences, State Board of Examiners in the 70 

Beauty Culture Examiners, Board of 71 

Beverage Department, State 71 

Blind, Florida Council for the 71 

Bond, Board for supervision and regulation of form of bond for 

surety companies 66 

Budget Appeals, Board of County Officers' 64 

Budget Commission 63 

Budget Director, State 71 

Business Agents Licensed 379 

Business Agents Licensing Board, Labor 65 

C 

Cabinet. Governor's 64 

Canvassing Board, State 63 

Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, Governing 

Board of the 71 

Chemist, Assistant State 72 

Chemist, State T2 

Children's Commission, Florida 72 

Chiropody Examiners, State Board of 73 

Chiropractic Examiners, State Board of 74 

Circuit Court Calendar 20 

Circuit Judges 32 

Citizens Tax Council, Florida 74 

521 



Citrus Commission, Florida 75 

Civil Courts of Record 30-44 

Civil & Criminal Court of Record, Pinellas County 30-44 

Clerk, Court of Record, Escambia Co 59 

Clerk, Criminal Courts of Record 50 

Commissioners of Deeds 78 

Commissioners of State Institutions, Board of 63 

Confederate Pensions, Board of 65 

Congress, Representatives in (1957) 17 

Congress, Representatives in <1959) 452 

Congressional Districts 15 

Conservation Board 63 

Conservation, Director State Board of 76 

Constitutional Government, Florida Commission on 76 

Control, State Board of 76 

Counties 61 

Coimty Attorneys 53 

County Officers (APPENDIX) whose terms expire first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1961, County Commissioners 
and Members of the County Board of Public Instruction 
whose terms expire first Tuesday after first Monday in 

January 1961 and 1963 460 

County Officers (County officers whose terms began first Tues- 
day alter first Monday in January 1957, County Commission- 
ers and Members of the Board of Public Instruction whose 
terms expire first Tuesday after first Monday in January 

1959 and 1961 and county appointive offices 124-232 

County Officers' Budget Appeals, Board of 64 

Court of Crimes (Broward) 30-45 

Court of Record — Escambia 30-46-50 

Court Reporters, Official 42 

Courts of Appeal, District 19 

Criminal Courts of Record 29 

Judges 45 

Clerks - 50 

Solicitors 50-51 

Crippled Children's Commission 77 



D 

Dead Lakes Water Management District 78 

Death Warrants 300 

Deeds, Commissioners of 78 

Dental Examiners, State Board of 78 

Department of Public Safety 65 

Development Commission, Florida 79 

Direct Tax Commission 66 

Dispensing Opticians, State Board of 9T 

District Courts of Appeal 19 

Districts, Senatorial 54 

Drainage Commissioners 64 



E 

Education, Advisory Council on 79 

Education, Board of 64 

Educational Television Commission, Florida 108 

Egg Commission, Florida 80 

Election Returns — Primary Elections 1958 414 

Election Returns — General Election 1958 427 

522 



Engineer Examiners, State Board of 80 

Everglades Fire Control District 80 

Ex-OfRcio Boards and Commissions 63 

F 

Finance Committee 64 

Fire College, Florida State 81 

Fisheries Commissions — 

Atlantic States Marine Fishei'ies Commission 69 

Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission 84 

Florida Air Pollution Control Commission 68 

Florida Avocado and Lime Commission 69 

Florida Children's Commission 72 

Florida Council for the Blind 71 

Florida East Coast Railway Company, Special Officers 105 

Florida Inland Navigation District 87 

Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission 89 

Florida Ship Canal Navigation District 102 

Forest Fire Protection Compact, Advisory Committee, Southeast- 
ern Interstate 103 

Forestry, Board of 82 

Forestry, Special Officers for the Florida Board of 82 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers, State Board of 83 

G 

Game and Fresh Water Fish Comjnission _ 84 

Governor and Cabinet ~ 6 

Governor's Advisory Commission on Race Relations 99 

Governor's Cabinet 64 

Governors of Florida 5 

Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission 84 

H 

Health, Advisory Hospital Council to the State Board of 85 

Health Officer, State 84 

Health, State Advisory Council to the Stat€ Board of 85 

Health, State Board of 84 

Hotel and Restaurant Commissioner 85 

Housing Authority, Northwest Florida Regional 94 

Housing Board 64 

I 

Industrial Commission, Florida 86 

Industrial Commission, Florida State Apprenticeship Council, .... 86 

Inland Navigation District, Florida 87 

Institutions, Board of Commissioners of State 63 

Inter-American Center Authority 88 

Internal Improvement Fund, Board of Trustees of 65 

J 

Judges, Circuit 32 

Judicial Circuits 32 

Judicial Council of Florida 88 

Justices of the Supreme Court 18-452 

Juvenile Courts — Judges 30-45 

Juvenile Division of the Court of Record (Escambia) 45 

523 



K 

Keys Aqueduct Commission, Florida 89 

L 

L & N Railroad Company, Special Officers 105 

Labor Business Agents Licensing Board 65 

Legislature, Members of 453 

Letter of Transmittal 8 

Library Board, State 90 

Livestock Board, Florida 90 

M 

Marine Fisheries Commission, Atlantic States 69 

Marketing Commissioner, State 91 

Massage, Florida Board of 91 

Medical Examiners, State Board of 91 

Mental Health in Florida, Council on 92 

Merit System, Personnel Board for 65 

Military Officers 93 

Milk Commission 93 

Motor Vehicle Commissioner 94 

N 

National Guard Commissions 233 

Naturopathic Examiners, State Board of 94 

Nominations without opposition 412 

Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority 94 

Nuclear Development Commission, Florida 95 

Nursing, Florida State Board of 96 

O 

Official Court Reporters 42 

Oklawaha Basin Recreation and Water Conservation and Con- 
trol Authority 96 

Opticians, State Board of Dispensing 97 

Optometry, State Board of 97 

Osteopathic Medical Examiners, State Board of 97 

Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District 98 

P 

Pardons, Board of , 65 

Parks and Historic Memorials, Florida Board of 98 

Parole Commission, State 98 

Pensions, Board of (Confederate) 65 

Personnel Board for Merit System 65 

Pest Control Board, Structural 108 

Pharmacy, Florida Board of 99 

Plant Board, State 66 

Population 61 

Prosecuting Attorneys 51 

Psychology, Florida State Board of Examiners of 99 

Public Safety, Department of 65 

Public Welfare, State Department of Ill 

Purchasing Commission 66 

R 

Race Relations, Governor's Advisory Commission on 99 

Racing Commission, State 100 

524 



Railroad Assessment Board 66 

Railroad and Public Utilities Commission 100 

Railway Express Agency, Special OfBcers 105 

Real Estate Commission 101 

Registered Voters — Pi'imaries and General Election — 1958 410 

Representatives in Congress 1957 17 

Representatives in Congress 1959 452 

Representatives, State — 1957 57 

Representatives, State — 1959 454 

Requisitions 300 

Road Board, State 101 

S 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company, Special Officers 105 

Secretaries of State 7 

Securities Commission 66 

Senatorial Districts 54 

Senators, State — 1957 56 

Senators, State — 1959 453 

Senators, United States — 1957 17 

Senators, United States — 1959 452 

Sheriffs Bureau, Florida 102 

Ship Canal Navigation District, Florida 102 

Small Claims Courts, Judges 46 

Social Welfare, District Boards of 112 

Soil Consei-vation Board, State 102 

Southeastern Interstate Forest Fire Protection Compact, Ad- 

vistory Committee 103 

Southern Railway Company, Special Officers 107 

Southwest Florida Water Conservation District 103 

Special Officers — 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 103 

Florida East Coast Railway Company 105 

L & N Railroad Company 105 

Railway Express Agency 105 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company 105 

Southern Railway Company 107 

Special Officers, Florida Board of Forestry 82 

State Attorneys 38 

State Institutions, Board of Commissioners of 63 

Statement of Monies Received 14 

Stephen Foster Memorial Commission 107 

Structural Pest Control Board 108 

Supreme Court, Justices of the 452 

Surety Companies, Board for Supervision and regulation of form 

of bond of, 66 

Suwannee River Water Conservation Authority .""'" 108 

T 

Tax Commission, Direct 66 

Teachers' Retirement System, Board of Trustees of the .7.'' 108 

Textbook Purchasing Board 67 

Trade Marks, Registered "' 301 

Tuberculosis Board, State 109 

Turnpike Authority, Florida State '"""'.r.7..77 109 

U 

United States Senators (1957) 17 

United States Senators (1959) "7'77..777 452 

525 



V 

Veterans' Affairs, Department of 110 

Veterinary Examiners, State Board of 110 

Vocational Education, Board of 67 

Voluntary Mediation and Conciliation Service of the State of 

Florida 110 

W 

V/atchmakers' Commission, Florida Ill 

Water Conservation District, Southwest Florida 103 

V/ater Resources Study Commission Ill 

Welfare, District Boards of Social 112 

Welfare, State Department of Public Ill 



526